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Blac Chyna Granted A Deposition Against The Kardashians In Rob Kardashian Assault Lawsuit

Blac Chyna Granted A Deposition Against The Kardashians In Rob Kardashian Assault Lawsuit

The Kardashian sisters will have to answer to Blac Chyna in Rob’s court case.

Blac Chyna has been granted the opportunity to depose the Kardashians in her defense. Rob Kardashian is still pressing on with his assault and battery lawsuit against her.

Chyna’s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, reportedly announced that her client will be able to grill the K-clan. According to Ciani, the trial court “agreed” that the famous sisters are “not above the law.”

The former music video stuntwoman’s first allegedly asked to have each member of the family deposed for seven hours. However, they’ve been forced to cut it down to four hours. Four hours quickly went down to two.

Kardashian-Jenner attorney Michael Rhodes made a statement in response to Blac Chyna’s announcement:

“We are pleased the court limited the scope of the depositions to minimize the burden on the very busy members of the family.”

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian were once involved in a romantic relationship. They were even engaged in 2016, starring in their own E! reality show Rob & Chyna.

Promo shoot for ‘Rob & Chyna’

Trouble struck the following year when Rob accused Chyna of attempting to strangle him with an iPhone charging cable. He also alleged that the incident was fueled by Chyna ingesting tons of drugs and alcohol. In addition to these accusations, Rob said that Chyna hit him in the face and head several times, resulting in neck injuries. He proved his case on social media.

The lash entrepreneur maintains her innocence and tried to have the case thrown out in 2020.

Chyna gave birth to their daughter, Dream Kardashian, in 2016.

Dream Kardashian

Their trial is expected to kick off on Feb. 23.

Do you think the deposition will help or hurt Chyna’s case? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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