The famous family is putting the pressure on the former fiancée of Rob Kardashian to cough up hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
The Kardashians Want To Know Where Their Money Is!
The model had sued the famous family for $40 million dollars in loss of earnings and more than $60 million dollars in future earnings, as reported by Page Six.
Despite everyone having their opportunity on the stand, a jury consisting of seven women and five men found that the Kar-Jenners did NOT defame BC.
The jury concluded that the family had been acting to protect their own economic interests and concluded that their contract with E! Network did not interfere with Chyna’s contract in any way.
Now that the dust has settled, at least for Kim, Khloe, Kris, Kylie and Rob, they’re demanding the Lashed Cosmetics creator buck up $391,000.00 in legal fees.
Kardashians Found Not Guilty Of Defaming Blac Chyna
TMZ reports that last month the judge ordered BC to pay their litigation costs given she was the one who took them to court.
The Kardashian’s lawyers recently filed new paperwork outlining their financial burden for the trial and it’s a pretty hefty bill.
Their legal team insists the family spent more than $391,094.76 throughout the years long proceedings.
Blac Chyna Owes The Family Over $390k In Legal Fees!
It must also be noted that the total amount they’re asking BC to pay does NOT include the family’s attorney’s fees.
Court documents obtained by the outlet reveal some of the Kar-Jenner’s bigger ticket items include court reporter fees, deposition costs and “models, enlargements, and photocopies of exhibits.”
Last month, The Blast reported on Blac Chyna officially appealing her legal loss against the family.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Chyna (real name Angela White) filed a formal appeal with the California Appellate Court.
Rob’s ex-fiancée filed the case on May 17, and it could have significant implications for the ongoing situation.
For those of you unfamiliar with the process, the appellate court “will review the trial court record to decide if a legal mistake was made in the trial court that changed the outcome of the case.” In most situations, you can ask the Appeals Court to check if there was a “Prejudical error.” This would include, a “kind of error is a mistake about the law or court procedures that cause substantial harm to the appellant. A prejudicial error can include things like mistakes made by the judge about the law, incorrect instructions given to the jury, and errors or misconduct by the lawyers or by the jury. The mistakes must have harmed the appellant.”
Second, White can ask for the Appeals court “to determine if there was no substantial evidence that reasonably supported the trial court’s decision.”
If you were following this case, the appeal was expected.
BC’s attorney released a statement following a motion to have the trial dismissed claiming the judge had been biased toward the famous family.” The lawyer, Lynna Ciani said, “Judge Alarcon is the fox who appointed himself to guard the chicken coop.” Adding, “He violated California law by striking Plaintiff’s Verified Statement of Disqualification and at the same time filing a one-page ‘Verified Answer’ that was required to be reviewed by a different judge.”