Blac Chyna Was Given A Court Date For Her Revenge Porn Lawsuit Against Rob Kardashian

May 20, 2022 / Posted by:

In the nearly 2 weeks since Blac Chyna complained that the judge was biased against her after she lost her lawsuit against The Kardashians, the GoFundMe launched by her mom Tokyo Toni has raised an additional $35 towards her legal war chest, bringing the total of that $400,000 campaign to $1,331. And she’s going to need every penny of it. Us Weekly reports that a court date has been set for Chyna’s next legal battle against the Kardashians, only this time Rob Kardashian is the only defendant, so their resources might finally be matched. Chyna is suing Rob for allegedly engaging in revenge porn when he posted nude photos of her on Instagram. Rob’s probably going to have to pay for this one with his own little sock money that he probably keeps hidden under his bed in an actual little sock. Revenge porn is so not on brand.

While Chyna still plans to appeal her case against the family, on June 13th she’ll face off against Rob, who she sued in October of 2017, just a few months after they broke up, accusing him of “violating California’s law on the nonconsensual sharing of sexual images,” when he posted nude photos of her on Instagram after a woman alerted him that she suspected Chyna was having an affair with a rapper named Ferrari. Us Weekly reports:

Getting closer. Following her defamation case against the Kardashian-Jenner family, a trial has been set for Blac Chyna‘s lawsuit with Rob Kardashian.

According to legal documents obtained by Us Weekly, the trial will begin on Monday, June 13. This comes five years after Chyna, 34, originally sued Kardashian, 35, after he leaked explicit images of her on social media.

In July 2017, Chyna obtained a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend in response to him posting personal photos of her online. At the time, the rapper also sued Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner in a defamation case.

Famous famous-person attorney, Lisa Bloom, was Chyna’s original attorney, but she isn’t any more. It’s hard to find good help for $35. But somehow Rob still has almost 3 million followers on Instagram. Here’s what her suit alleges. (via Us)

The original documents, Chyna claimed that she suffered “significant damages” after her private photos were posted in July 2017. Chyna referenced three graphic images and their accompanying captions as a “false” native that was “designed to harm” her reputation.

“At no time did Rob Kardashian have Ms. White’s permission to publish these photos or information online, nor did Rob Kardashian ever attempt to seek Ms. White’s consent to share these photos or her personal medical information before he posted them for his millions of Instagram and Twitter followers and the rest of the world to see,” the legal docs read.

Good thing Rob had his lawsuit against Chyna accusing her of trying to choke him out with an iPhone cord dismissed, “for [their] daughter’s sake.” Now their daughter Dream Kardashian only has to worry about one more trial where pictures of her mom’s hoo-ha are shared and discussed in open court. Us adds:

In April 2022, Chyna was presented with the photos while on the witness stand. The explicit images and the restraining order were both presented as possible proof that Rob & Chyna couldn’t have returned to E! if the twosome were unable to film together.

You may recall, Lisa was able to get Chyna a temporary restraining order prohibiting Rob from coming near her or posting about her online. As for Rob’s defense, he “denies Ms. White’s allegation that he posted the images without Ms. White’s consent and denies that Ms. White had an expectation of privacy in the images” and denies that she suffered any “mental pain and suffering, humiliation or emotional distress,” and therefore does not deserve any monetary compensation. But what about the rest of us Rob? Don’t we deserve something to compensate for the mental pain and suffering inflicted upon us as witnesses to your mess? I’m thinking now might be the time for us to band together and file a klass action lawsuit against the lot of them.

Pic: Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com

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