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Blac Chyna is suing all the Kardashians in ‘Real Housewives’-style drama

The drama is delcious

The Blac Chyna vs. Kardashian powerhouse saga continues – and let’s face it, we’re all grabbing the popcorn.

Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the entire Kardashian family for allegedly signalling the demise of her E! reality television show Rob & Chyna.

This fresh legal move comes off the back of Rob Kardashian’s lawsuit, which he filed two weeks ago, accusing his ex-beau of using his family for financial gain. He also says it was a mutual decision by the E! Network and the Kardashian family to cancel the show.

Rob and chyna struck up a romance back in 2016 and the world watched as their relationship played out like one, long episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians (which it kind of was). However, after the birth of their child only daughter Dream, the relationship soured and the drama heated up.

Rob posted revenge porn of Chyna online, she took out a restraining order against him and also alleged in court filings that he had hit her and knocked her to the ground. Although she dropped the domestic abuse claim due to a private settlement in September, she has reinstated it again now. You really couldn’t make this all up.

Chyna’s new lawsuit attacks the whole Kardashian clan – Rob, Kris, Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie – for cancelling Rob & Chyna because she believed it would be picked up for a second season.

Chyna alleges that the Kardashians may have painted the cancellation as being in the best interest of Rob, but that in reality, ‘the famous family was flexing their muscles so as to destroy Ms. White’s career so that she was no longer able to compete against the Kardashian-Jenner women as an entrepreneur and social media influencer.’

Chyna is also suing Rob for alleged harassment, assault, and battery. She argues that he sent her abusive and harassing text messages and threatened to kill himself.

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