The producers behind "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" are pleading with a judge to put the kibosh on Blac Chyna and her attempt to force them to hand over tens of thousands of documents.
The company explains that Chyna fired off a subpoena demanding they turn over all documents in their possession which include discussion of her, Rob or other members of the Kardashian family.
Bunim-Murray explains that once they searched their systems for the documents Chyna is requesting, over 185,000 documents turned up that matched her demands. They claim her document requests are overly broad and nothing more than a fishing expedition.
Furthermore, they claim Chyna is trying to obtain documents from them to use as evidence for her lawsuit against Rob and members of his family. Bunim-Murray points out the subpoena she fired off was related to Rob’s lawsuit against her NOT her lawsuit against him, meaning she cannot be seeking documents to help her suit.
The company says it would take a team of three lawyers, each working up to forty hours a week for nearly six months, to pull all the documents. They claim to have tried numerous times to resolve the issue with Chyna with no luck.
Bunim-Murray wants a court order limiting the documents Chyna can request from them and sanctions in the amount of $12,000 for even having to file the motion in court.
The case is ongoing.