The model, who has been accused by Rob and his sister Kylie Jenner of allegedly ‘beating [him] with a 6-foot metal pole,’ asks the court to dismiss the lawsuit.
AceShowbiz –Blac Chyna keeps maintaining her innocence in an assault case involving her ex Rob Kardashian. The model, who has been accused of beating the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star with “a 6-foot metal pole” in the past, urges court to review unaired “KUWTK” footage to prove that she didn’t commit the alleged violence.
The 33-year-old believes that Rob’s lawsuit against her should be dismissed before trial, according to court documents obtained by Radar. On the reason why, she stated that her lawyers acquired a never-before-seen clip from “KUWTK” in which Kris Jenner‘s son was seen without any injuries both on his face and body.
Blac further alleged that Rob was bearing “no marks, cuts, or bruises on his face or neck.” She additionally noted, “Rob is not limping and shows no signs of an alleged ‘beating with a 6-foot metal pole.’ “
Blac also claimed that Rob never mentioned domestic violence in their custody battle and to the Department of Family and Child Services. She said that the younger brother of Kim Kardashian told investigators that she never harmed him.
The lawsuit was filed by Rob and her sister Kylie Jenner back in September 2017. In court documents, which made their way online in April 2020, Rob claimed Blac was intoxicated before attacking him with a 6-ft metal pole and pointing a gun at him.
Blac and her legal team have responded to Rob’s accusation about the gun pointing, saying that it was done in a flirty way. Reacting to the statement, Rob’s representative was quick to fire back, “Blac Chyna’s physical attack on Rob Kardashian was witnessed by multiple individuals, each of whom submitted sworn declarations in support of Rob… Chyna does not make any effort to refute these witnesses’ statements, because it is impossible.”
Aside from this case, Blac and Rob have another legal battle. She has sued him and his family for allegedly getting their former E! reality series “Rob & Chyna” cancelled.
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