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Kardashians Demand Blac Chyna Pay Up For Filing ‘Meritless’ Motion In Nasty Legal War


Mar. 5 2019, Published 4:45 p.m. ET

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Blac Chyna’s battle with Kris and Kylie Jenner, and Kim, Khloe and Rob Kardashian over her canceled E! show Rob & Chyna is getting nastier! can exclusively reveal the famous family is demanding Chyna pay up.

In court papers obtained from Los Angeles County Superior Court, the Defendants are asking for the court to deny Chyna’s motion to compel further responses to special interrogatories because it was not filed within 45 days after the defendants’ service of written responses.

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The reality stars claim Chyna delayed filing her motion and did not obtain an extension. She also failed to “meet and confer” in good faith before filing her motion.


“Because Plantiff’s motion fails on procedural and substantive grounds, she is not entitled to an award of sanctions,” the court papers filed on March 1, 2019 read. “To the contrary, monetary sanctions in an amount not less than $1,250 should be awarded against Plaintiff and her counsel of record The Bloom Firm based on their conduct in filing an untimely and utterly meritless motion to compel.”

Chyna, 30, was hit with more fees in the ongoing legal battle, as she is refusing to pay the executive producers of Rob & Chyna, Bunim Murray Productions. The company is requesting $21,300.48 in “hosting fees” in records they were ordered to provide.

She claimed the producers should have “anticipated” being involved in the case. Therefore, BMP is an interested non-party that cannot recover costs or fees for complying with the subpoena.

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She then blasted the company’s claims that the financial cost for producing the records could cause “economic devastation,” as she claims the company “earns tens of millions of dollars in annual revenue.”

As readers know, Chyna is suing the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars for the cancellation of Rob & Chyna, claiming the series was approved for a second season, but only aired for one season.

Ryan Seacrest, who was executive producer of the series, was dragged into the legal battle as well. His lawyers responded that he didn’t need to appear.

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