She had been fighting for certain documents from a Department of Child and Family Services investigation to be unsealed.
At the moment, Rob is suing Chyna over an alleged assault that went down in December 2016 at Kylie Jenner’s home. He claims she tried to choke him with an iPhone cord and struck him with a 6 ft. metal pole.
Chyna denies ever assaulting her baby daddy. She submitted videos of unreleased footage from Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Rob & Chyna that was filmed a day after the alleged incident.
She says the footage is clear and shows Kardashian with no injuries on his face or body. As part of her defense, Chyna also demanded documents from DCFS be unsealed as part of the court battle.
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She claimed the reports showed Kardashian told investigators Chyna had never assaulted him when he was asked by them.
Chyna felt the admission was enough to cause his assault lawsuit to be dismissed by the court. The judge didn't fully shut her motion down but he did state the records will not be seen by the public.
The decision is a setback for Chyna who is preparing for trial against Rob. She is also getting ready to face off with the Kardashian/Jenner family in a separate lawsuit in which she accuses them of ruining her reputation by spreading lies that she abused Kardashian.
She claims they conspired together to spread the lies in an effort to convince E! execs to cancel her reality show with Rob. In court, Chyna claims Khloé — who she says is obsessed with her sexually — even threatened to quit filming unless the network and producers took action.
As a result, Chyna claims her show was canceled and she lost out on millions in opportunities. Both cases are headed to trial this year.