The “Rob and Chyna” alum also accused the famous clan of taking the show off the air and blocking her deals, leading her to ask for a 100 million dollar compensation.
Following Chyna’s massive loss in court, her mother, Tokyo Toni, is standing up against the verdict and seeking help from the public to reopen the case.
Tokyo Toni Opens GoFundMe Page To Fund Appeal Against The Kardashian-Jenner Family
Toni, whose birth name is Shalana Hunter, is fighting for her daughter and hoping others will stand with her against the Kardashian-Jenner household.
On Monday, May 2, the 50-year-old set up a GoFundMe page to ask people for their financial support to appeal for Chyna’s dismissed case.
The page, which seeks a whopping $400,000, has managed to secure less than 1000 dollars at the time of writing. An attached description read,
Hi, I am Shalana Hunter BKA Tokyo Toni. I would like to appeal to the courts this Go Fund Me Fundraiser to help my daughter, Angela R. White BKA Blac Chyna, financially in this endeavor to get justice. APPEAL FOR A NEW TRIAL COMING SOON. Sincerely, Momma Tokyo.
The Blast disclosed that on Monday night, Chyna lost her lawsuit against the former “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” stars following a Los Angeles court deliberation from Friday to Monday.
Per reports, the jury deliberated on April 29 and May 2 and concluded that the 33-year-old’s claims were baseless, leading the court to award her no damages.
Blac Chyna Loses Defamation Case Against The Kardashians
Chyna claimed that Kim, Khloe, Kylie, and their mother Kris defamed her to the E! Network executives, which made them drop her reality TV show, “Rob & Chyna.”
The model sued the Kardashian-Jenner family for $40 million in earnings loss and above $60 million in future earnings.
Chyna claimed that the famous family applied their influence to damage her reputation and “conspired” to cancel the second season of “Rob & Chyna.”
The jury, which comprised seven women and five men, concluded that the Kardashian-Jenner family acted in the protection of their economic interests, and their contract with E! Network did affect Chyna at all.
The trial took two weeks and brought to light that Rob Kardashian was a victim of domestic violence. He shared a shocking allegation that Chyna physically assaulted him with a metal pole on the night of December 14, 2016, saying,
She landed several blows to my face, my back, ripped my shirt early in the evening… I didn’t think it got serious until the second gun encounter… you don’t point a gun at your fiancé’s head, whether you think it’s loaded or not.
Rob also alleged that his former fiancée attempted to strangle him with an iPhone cord while she was drunk and high on cocaine. He said, “She has a history of doing this. Just because I didn’t have marks doesn’t mean it’s not true.”
Kris also revealed that Chyna once threatened to take Kylie’s life while she in a relationship with her former lover Tyga.
The “Life of Kylie” star’s mother refrained from reporting the incident to the police, saying, “Of course it was alarming, but we just kept it in the family. They lived across the street, and [Chyna] had a young child.”
Chyna was Tyga’s girlfriend from 2011 to 2014, while the rapper dated Kylie from 2014 to 2017 on and off. Chyna began seeing Rob in 2016.
Chyna and Tyga share a nine-year-old son King while the “Grown & Sexy” star and Rob have a 5-year-old daughter, Dream.
While testifying, Lynne Ciani, Chyna’s attorney, questioned Kris about some text messages where she stated that her client was “really ghetto,” “stupid,” and said that the E! Network should “ditch the b—-.”
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The matriarch did not deny that she might have sent those texts, adding that there were “a lot of ups and downs” in the exes’ relationship.
Kris insisted that she “really wanted Chyna to grow and be the best version of herself.” She also spoke on Rob’s alleged abuse saying,
“I was told she put a gun to his head and she was drinking… I can’t imagine how that must feel to have a gun pointed at your head.”