BLAC Chyna reportedly scored a big legal victory against the Kardashians in the lawsuit over her canceled E! series with ex, Rob Kardashian.
The 32-year-old has battled the famous family in court since 2017 as she requested the unaired footage made from what would’ve been season two of Rob & Chyna be handed over.
After years of back-and-fourth, a judge ordered that the short-lived reality series' production company, Bunim/Murray, hand over the content, Page Six revealed.
The outlet claimed the scenes – which were filmed in March 2017 – showed Chyna with her then-fiancé, Rob Kardashian “in love.”
In the footage, the couple – who broke up shortly after – were “expressing love” to each other as Chyna underwent a medical procedure.
Additional unused footage from Keeping Up With The Kardashians also taken in 2017 were also asked to be handed over.
The KUWTK clips show Chyna and Rob, 33, working on their relationship and co-parenting their daughter, Dream.
In addition to the footage, Chyna also alleged in the lawsuit that Kris and Kylie Jenner along with Kim and Khloe Kardashian “defamed” her.
The suit claims Chyna’s “highly lucrative contract” with the E! and parent company, NBCUniversal was shut down due to the family’s alleged involvement.
Court papers show Chyna claims “illegal interference” caused the cancellation Rob & Chyna.
Rob – who recently made a comeback on KUWTK after laying low for years – was said to not be a part of the hearing as it “wasn’t relevant.”
An attorney for Rob told the outlet: “We have not filed an opposition to the court for this request because the footage has no impact on the case.
“However, we have requested Blac Chyna’s OnlyFans footage and she has refused to release that footage to us.”
Bunim/Murray reportedly have 45 days to hand over all of the footage.
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