According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge ordered Chyna’s business manager, Walter Mosley, to turn over records relating to his client’s businesses
Chyna is currently suing her ex Rob along with Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian. Her lawsuit accuses the defendants of causing her reality show “Rob & Chyna” to be cancelled. She accuses the family of defaming her in the press which cost her millions in damages. The Kardashian family denies all allegations and claim the show was cancelled after the two broke up.
Recently, Chyna rushed to court demanding her ex’s attempt to subpoena her bank records be shut down. She said Rob and his family fired off subpoenas to Chase bank to get their banks of her personal and corporate bank statements for her companies, Lashed, 88 Fin, and Blac Chyna Inc. She said the subpoenas were an “unwarranted invasion” of her privacy and claimed to have already turned over a bunch of records to Rob.
The judge didn’t see things the same way and ordered Mosley’s accounting firm to hand over the records ASAP. The court warned if the documents are turned over it may issue sanctions.
Rob and Chyna have been battling it out in court for over a year. Chyna recently shut down Rob’s attempt to strip her of primary custody of their 3-year-old daughter Dream. He accused her of being a bad parent and demanded she only have visitation. A judge didn’t see an emergency and denied his motion. The court will allow Kardashian to continue his fight against Chyna for primary custody but without an immediate decision.
As The Blast first reported, Rob scored a $45,000 victory in a separate lawsuit involving Chyna.