SEND US A TIP!CLICK OR 844.412.5278

Blac Chyna Fighting To Unseal Evidence In Rob Kardashian Legal battle

By Ryan Naumann

Blac Chyna is back in court demanding evidence not be sealed in her ongoing battle with Rob Kardashian and his family.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Chyna is asking the court to deny E!/NBC Universal’s motion to seal certain documents in the case.

Chyna is currently suing her ex Rob along with Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. She accuses the family members of conspiring to get her reality show “Rob & Chyna” canceled. In the lawsuit, Chyna says the Kardashians spread lies about her in an effort to convince producers to ax it.

Related to what you're reading:


The Kardashians have denied all allegations of wrongdoing and are demanding the case be thrown out. They say the show was canceled because Rob & Chyna were having relationship issues. Rob & his family have been fighting Chyna’s claim she lost money.

Rob has been attempting to get Chyna’s bank records to see how much money she’s actually made. He recently fired off subpoenas to City National Bank, where Chyna banks. In newly filed documents, Chyna says E! recently asked the court to seal their motion for summary judgment


She argues, “Like Defendants, the E! Network/NBCUniversal failed to carry its burden of demonstrating that its interest in the confidentiality of events surrounding the cancellation of Season 2 of “Rob & Chyna” overrides the constitutional right of access to the courts and the presumption of openness.”

She added, “The E! Network/NBCUniversal failed to demonstrate an overriding interest supporting the sealing of records filed in connection with Defendants’ motion for summary judgment. The E! Network/NBCUniversal also failed to make a specific showing of serious injury. Instead, the E! Network/NBCUniversal relied on “broad allegations of harm, bereft of specific examples or articulated reasoning.” Therefore, the E! Network/NBCUniversal’s motion to seal must be denied.”

The judge has yet to rule on the motion.

Load Comments
Next Article