According to court documents obtained by Radar, Chyna believes Rob’s assault lawsuit against her should be dismissed before trial. She says the evidence makes it crystal clear she didn’t harm her baby daddy.
In 2017, Rob and his sister Kylie Jenner slapped Chyna with a civil lawsuit. He accused his ex of assaulting him during an altercation at on December 14, 2016.
The two had been living together at Kylie’s home. Rob says during the incident Chyna choked him with an iPhone cord and struck him in the face with a 6-foot metal pole.
Rob believes Chyna should be ordered to pay him $700,000 in damages. He says he is owed $5,000 for property damage; $62,852 for security costs; $100,000 for his pain and suffering; an additional $100,000 for emotional distress and a whopping $500,000 in punitive damages.
Chyna denies the assault. She claims Rob did not suffer any damages. The model told the court she believes he only brought the suit in retaliation for her suing him and his family.
In her separate lawsuit, she accuses the Kardashian family of conspiring together to have her reality show Rob & Chyna canceled by E! executives. Chyna’s case is currently moving forward.
In her new motion, Chyna says Rob’s lawsuit should be dismissed completely for several reasons. She says during the discovery phase of the case her lawyers obtained never-before-seen footage from Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
In the footage, Chyna says Rob is seen without any injuries to his face or body. She says he was seen with “no marks, cuts, or bruises on his face or neck.” In one scene Rob filmed after the incident, he is seen talking about Chyna with his sister Kim.
Chyna says, “Rob is not limping and shows no signs of an alleged “beating with a 6-foot metal pole.” She claims he never mentioned domestic violence in their custody battle either.
She also points out Rob never mentioned any alleged assault to The Department of Family and Child Services. She only recently obtained a copy of the bombshell report. She says Rob told investigators that she never committed domestic violence against him.
A judge has yet to rule on her motion.