The Kardashian family is reported to have incurred a whopping $390,000 during the failed Blac Chyna defamation case against them and they want her to cover the cost.
According to TMZ, last month, Judge Blac Chyna—real name Angela White, 33—was ordered to pay the Kardashian family; Litigation costs after she fails to convince a jury that she owes $108 million from the famous family.
Kardashian’s lawyers have now filed paperwork outlining how much they should spend on the case – and the figure does not include attorney’s fees.
It’s time to pay! Kardashian Wants Blac Chyna to Cover $390,000 Cost of Failed $108 Million Defamation Case Against Them (Stock Photo)
The site, which has seen the documents in question, insists that the family specifically spent more than $391,094 in total during the years-long proceedings.
This fee includes the process service ($9,325.99); Electronic document hosting ($7,248.35), court reporter fees ($19,895), and filing costs ($63,078.20).
The site states that $184,871.71 was spent on “models, enlargements, and reproductions of exhibits.”
The accusation: Chyna (photographed at the 2020 Oscars) has accused Kim, Khloe, Kylie and their mother Kris Jenner of making statements that spoiled or tarnished her reputation.
TMZ says the court will have to sign off on the final amount but it all comes after Blac Chyna’s mother appealed to fans to appeal the original court decision
Tokyo Tony is begging fans to donate $400,000 so her daughter can appeal the verdict in a libel trial.
Chyna has accused Kim Kardashian, her sisters Khloe and Kylie Jenner, and their mother, Kris Jenner, of making statements that spoiled or tarnished her reputation and of planning to cancel her TV show Rob and Chyna.
However, the jury made a verdict that although she did not exonerate the entire billionaire clan of any wrongdoing, she did not award Chyna any compensation whatsoever.
After Chyna vowed to appeal, Tokyo – real name Shalana Hunter – launched a GoFundMe to try to pay for her daughter’s appeal. And $685 was raised by 37 donors.
Reply: Blac Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni is begging fans to donate $400,000 so her daughter can appeal the verdict in a libel trial against the Kardashian family
Tokyo, 50, was denied entry to a courtroom during a legal battle with her daughter after a scathing rant on social media about the defendants.
During the jury selection process, she appeared live on Instagram and gave an angry sermon in which she said the Kardashians ‘look like they’re dead’ in the flesh.
Describing Kris as “old and ramshackle,” comparing her to a villain in Saw, she said, “Chloe was shaking her head about everything every juror said. You okay, b****? Have you had some Xanax or something before you hit There, b ****?
Then the Kardashian-Jenners’ lawyer argued in court that Kris “was concerned about her physical safety” and Judge Tony barred her from entering the courtroom.
A Los Angeles jury found that none of the members slandered Chyna, and none interfered with her contract by convincing E! Network to cancel her reality show Rob & Chyna.
The four Kardashian defendants – Kim, Kris, Khloe and Kylie – attended almost the entire trial, but when the verdict was read, everyone was in New York at the Met Gala, where this year’s topic was Gilded Glamor.
Chyna was in court for sentencing. She had no obvious reaction.
After about 10 hours of deliberation, jurors in the form of a long jury determined that the Kardashians had often acted in bad faith, and found they had no reason to tell Rob & Chyna’s executives and producers that Chyna had abused their son and brother, Rob Kardashian.
However, they found that it had no significant impact on Chyna’s contract or the fate of the show, and she was not awarded any compensation.
Make money: After Chyna pledged to appeal, Tokyo launched a GoFundMe to try to pay for her daughter’s appeal. US$685 has been raised by 37 donors
Paying Their Way: Chyna shared a link to a GoFundMe page after the jury delivered a verdict that gave Chyna no damages whatsoever.
Executives from E! The network, which aired the show, testified that Rob & Chyna ended because the relationship ended and not because of the accused’s actions.
Michael J. Rhodes, Kardashian’s attorney, said the family was “prolific” when he called them to tell them the news.
“They are very happy,” Rhodes said. “I hope they enjoy their party in New York.”
Based on her reading of the verdict, Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani said, “The jury found that Chyna did not physically abuse Rob Kardashian” and “the jury found that all four defendants had willfully interfered with her contract with the E! Network.”
“We will appeal to the remaining questions,” she added.
Parties: The four Kardashian defendants – Kylie, Kris, Khloe, and Kim – attended almost the entire trial, but when the verdict was read, everyone was in New York at the Met Gala
The jury was reinstated twice more when it was found that on some of the questions in the case against Kylie Jenner the vote was 8-4 when at least 9-3 was required in the civil case, but they quickly returned with 9-3 votes and the result remained unchanged.
The jurors were considering the defamation case against Kris, Khloe and Kylie, after a judge threw out part of the lawsuit against Kim Kardashian amid deliberations.
The four women testified during the nine-day trial.
The trial largely focused on allegations that Chyna violently attacked her then-fiancé and reality TV star Rob on a morning and night in December 2016.
He testified that she aimed a gun in his head twice, wrapped the phone’s charging cord around his neck and hit him with a metal rod.
She testified that she had put the rope around his neck and playfully grabbed the gun while the two celebrated the renewal of their reality show, and when the celebration turned into a feud, she was never violent against him.
But the legal questions considered by the jury revolved around the implications of that fight. The jury had to decide whether each of the defendants had intentionally lied about the abuse when they spoke about it with producers and supervising executives Rob & Chyna, or spread the word about it with reckless disregard for the truth.
They had to decide for each defendant whether these communications constituted unlawful interference with Chyna’s contract to appear on the show.
Dismissal: The jury found that none of the members slandered Chyna, and none interfered with her contract by persuading E! Network to cancel her reality show Rob & Chyna
In a closing argument, Ciani argued that it was unbelievable for the four women to believe that her client violently attacked her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian.
“He had no sign of it,” Siani told the jurors. “There was no call to the police, no trip to the hospital, not even first aid.”
During his closing, Rhodes argued that women have every reason to believe the attack accounts from Rob Kardashian and from Kris Jenner’s longtime friend Corey Gamble, who arrived at the scene and settled the dispute.
Do you remember how Rob looked at the podium? “His pain was real,” said Rhodes. This is a real family. Yes, they are famous, but they are real people. He was badly injured here.
Outraged: Tokyo was denied entry to a courtroom during a legal battle with her daughter after a rant on social media about the accused
During the trial, it became clear that Gamble was the main witness for the defense. But television executives and producers whose testimony was often technical, and completely without drama, would prove more relevant to the jury’s findings, rendering women’s stories of abuse largely irrelevant.
The jurors were free to make a split decision – the outcome against some Kardashians but not others.
Instead, they wiped the beds clean, giving Shayna nothing.
But the case was not completely over for Chyna.
The separate allegations in the lawsuit against Rob Kardashian, as the sole defendant, have been split into a separate trial likely to begin in about a week.
Rob and Chyna’s gun accident chronology, disintegration and cancellation show
December 14, 2016 Chyna says that she and her then-fiancé were “laughing, joking and silly” as they celebrated the second season of Rob and Chyna green-lit by NBC Universal.
She denies yelling “I’m going to kill you” to Rob. She told the court that she pointed the gun up and did not put her finger where the trigger was.
Chyna says she put a chord around Rob’s neck “as a joke,” because “he was playing video games and I was just trying to get his attention.”
December 15 2016 – Chyna smashed a TV and gingerbread house and damaged the bedroom door.
She said she was mad at Rob for taking her phone in a fit of jealousy and locking himself in a locker to check her messages.
Kris Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble, appears at Rob and Chyna’s home.
Chyna says he stood between her and Robb, and asks Robb to get his car keys and get out of the house.
Chyna leaves Home with his daughter a dream that morning.
January 2017 – Shayna says she and Rob They traveled together in Malibu.
It is said that Rob goes With her to New York for her personal appearance at a strip club, the cameras followed her.
Chyna said she also filmed with portable cameras elsewhere Las Vegas appearance, which made her believe they were shooting the second season of Rob and Chyna.
July/August 2017 – Chyna has learned that Rob and Chyna have already been cancelled.
October 2017 Chyna has filed a $108 million defamation lawsuit against Kris Jenner, Kylie, Khloe and Kim Kardashian and accuses them of forcing producers to cancel her show.
April 19, 2022 – The case is finally to trial.
May 2, 2022 – Chyna lost the case and was not given any compensation.