According to court documents obtained by Radar, Twitter is asking a judge to shut down a subpoena Chyna’s lawyer fired off.
Chyna is suing Rob over explicit photos he posted of her on Instagram following their breakup in 2017.
Instagram removed the posts, but Rob then posted the snaps on Twitter. The company eventually ended up deleting his account.
Recently, Chyna went to court to file a motion to compel in her lawsuit. She is asking the court to step in and force Twitter to hand over all communications between the company and Rob from January 1, 2017, to the present.
Twitter claims they do not have any documents in their possession. The 33-year-old businesswoman is also demanding the social media company produce any contracts entered into between Twitter and Rob Kardashian from 2017 until now.
The company says Chyna already admitted that she “has no reason to believe any contracts between Twitter and Rob Kardashian exist.”
“Indeed, when Twitter asked [Chyna] the basis for the requests related to seeking contracts between Twitter and [Kardashian], [Chyna] expressly stated that she was not aware of any such contracts and did not have a reason to believe that any such contracts existed.”
The motion says Chyna “stated that she issued the request so that, if contracts did exist, she could get a copy.”
In regard to her demand for any documents relating to payments made to Rob by Twitter, the company says, “[Chyna’s] speculation that Twitter might have made payments to Robert Kardashian in connection with his alleged posting of Plaintiff’s photographs is entirely devoid of both explanation and logic.”
Chyna is not backing down from her motion. A judge has yet to rule. The trial is scheduled to start next month — where Rob & Chyna will both testify before a jury.
Chyna is also suing Rob's mother Kris Jenner and his sisters Kim, Khloé & Kylie. She accuses them of spreading lies about her abusing Rob in an attempt to convince E! execs to cancel her show, Rob & Chyna.
The network ended up doing just that and Chyna claims it caused her to lose tens of millions.
The family denies the allegations and are set to testify in court during the April trial.