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Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner tearfully told a jury on Friday of the day reality TV star Blac Chyna allegedly pulled a gun on her son Rob Kardashian.

‘She tried to murder him – she put a gun to his head,’ an emotional Kris, 66 said on the fifth day of the Los Angeles trial of Chyna’s $108 million lawsuit against the billionaire clan she accuses of deliberately having her TV show Rob and Chyna axed.

Jenner compared the ‘horrific’ episode in December 2016 with her daughter Kim being held hostage and robbed of millions of dollars worth of jewels in Paris the same year.

‘My daughter was tied up and thrown in a bathtub – she was nearly killed,’ sobbed Jenner. ‘I’m a mom – I was traumatized.’

Talking of Rob and Chyna’s big fight on December 15 2016 and the ‘toxicity’ of their relationship, Jenner- who was wearing a bright pink pant suit today – said, ‘It was a horrible situation, I was heartbroken.

‘She tried to strangle him with a phone cord – I saw the marks on his neck.’

Chyna, 33, has denied claims that she was trying to kill Rob and told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn’t put her finger where the trigger was.

She also dismissed the incident that night where she’s been accused of trying to strangle Rob with a phone cord as a ‘joke’. 

Jenner, however, said, ‘Rob was hysterical….The two were fighting each other and Corey (Kris’ boyfriend Corey Gamble) had to pull them apart and tell Rob to get his keys and leave.’

Jenner also denied claims that she influenced E! network to drop the Rob and Chyna show despite texting producers that Rob should get out of the relationship following the fight. 

Reality TV star Blac Chyna, pictured entering court on Friday, was accused again of pulling a gun up to her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian's head in 2016

Reality TV star Blac Chyna, pictured entering court on Friday, was accused again of pulling a gun up to her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian's head in 2016

Reality TV star Blac Chyna, pictured entering court on Friday, was accused again of pulling a gun up to her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian’s head in 2016

Kardashian family Matriarch Kris Jenner (pictured in a court sketch on Friday) sobbed in court on today as she recounted the day Chyna allegedly pulled a gun on her son's head

Kardashian family Matriarch Kris Jenner (pictured in a court sketch on Friday) sobbed in court on today as she recounted the day Chyna allegedly pulled a gun on her son's head

Kardashian family Matriarch Kris Jenner (pictured in a court sketch on Friday) sobbed in court on today as she recounted the day Chyna allegedly pulled a gun on her son’s head

Jenner also denied claims that she influenced E! network to drop the Rob and Chyna show despite texting producers that Rob should get out of the relationship

Jenner also denied claims that she influenced E! network to drop the Rob and Chyna show despite texting producers that Rob should get out of the relationship

Jenner also denied claims that she influenced E! network to drop the Rob and Chyna show despite texting producers that Rob should get out of the relationship

Chyna has denied claims that she was trying to kill Rob and told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn't put her finger where the trigger was

Chyna has denied claims that she was trying to kill Rob and told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn't put her finger where the trigger was

Chyna has denied claims that she was trying to kill Rob and told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn’t put her finger where the trigger was

Kris admitted to sending texts to Rob and Chyna's producers after the big fight, saying that Rob needed to 'ditch the b**ch.'

Kris admitted to sending texts to Rob and Chyna's producers after the big fight, saying that Rob needed to 'ditch the b**ch.'

Kris admitted to sending texts to Rob and Chyna’s producers after the big fight, saying that Rob needed to ‘ditch the b**ch.’

Chyna is suing the Kardashians for $108 million, accuses  the billionaire family of deliberately having her TV show Rob and Chyna axed. Chyna and Rob are pictured together in May 2016

Chyna is suing the Kardashians for $108 million, accuses  the billionaire family of deliberately having her TV show Rob and Chyna axed. Chyna and Rob are pictured together in May 2016

Chyna is suing the Kardashians for $108 million, accuses  the billionaire family of deliberately having her TV show Rob and Chyna axed. Chyna and Rob are pictured together in May 2016 

Timeline of Rob and Chyna’s gun incident, breakup and show cancelation 

December 14, 2016 –  Chyna says she and her then-fiancé were ‘laughing and joking and being silly’ as they celebrated season two of Rob and Chyna being greenlit by NBC  Universal. 

She denies yelling ‘I’m going to kill you’ to Rob. She told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn’t put her finger where the trigger was.  

Chyna says she put a phone cord 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 smashes a TV and a gingerbread house and damages the bedroom door.

She said she was furious at Rob for taking her phone in a fit of jealousy and locking himself in a closet to check her messages. 

Kris Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble, shows up at Rob and Chyna’s home.

Chyna says that he stood between her and Rob, telling Rob to get his car keys and get out of the house. 

Chyna leaves the home with daughter Dream that morning.

January 2017 – Chyna says she and Rob hiked together in Malibu.

Rob reportedly goes with her to New York for her personal appearance at a strip club, where cameras followed her. 

Chyna said she was also filmed by hand-held cameras at another Las Vegas appearance, which made her think they were shooting Rob and Chyna’s season two. 

July/August 2017 – Chyna learns Rob and Chyna had actually been cancelled.

October 2017 –  Chyna files a $108 million defamation suit against Kris Jenner and Kylie, Khloe and Kim Kardashian and accuses them of forcing producers to cancel her show. 

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As he was driving away, Jenner said, Chyna ‘picked up a chair and threw it at the window of Rob’s car……she seemed extremely intoxicated and high.’

Kris admitted to sending texts to Rob and Chyna’s producers after the big fight, saying that Rob needed to ‘ditch the b**ch.’

‘It was not my proudest moment – but it was how I felt at the time,’ she told the jury.

She also conceded that she sent another text to the producers saying, ‘Let’s take her [Chyna] off the show and make it the Rob show and baby.’ 

Jenner defended that text saying, ‘It was 24 hours after she tried to kill him and I was really upset and trying to figure out what to do.

‘This is my son who was being traumatized…..it was a very, very broken down relationship.’

During testimony on Wednesday, Chyna claimed she was joking when she put a gun to Rob’s head in 2016, and claimed she found out her E! TV show had been cancelled six months after the fact because cameras were still following her.

The reality TV star said she and her then-fiancé were ‘laughing and joking and being silly’ on the night of December 14, 2016, as they celebrated season two of Rob and Chyna being greenlit by E!’ parent company, NBC Universal.

When she was cross-examined by the Kardashians’ lawyer, Michael Rhodes, Chyna denied yelling ‘I’m going to kill you’ to Rob. She told the court that she pointed the gun upwards and didn’t put her finger where the trigger was.

She also dismissed the incident that night where she’s been accused of trying to strangle Rob with a phone cord as a ‘joke’. 

Chyna said she put the cord around his neck, ‘but he was playing video games and I was just trying to get his attention.’

Chyna admitted that the next morning she smashed a TV and a gingerbread house and damaged the bedroom door because she was furious at Rob for taking her phone in a fit of jealousy and locking himself in a closet to check her messages.

‘I could not take the abuse any more of him accusing me of doing all kinds of things,’ she said. ‘I was so angry because he wouldn’t give me my phone back.’

Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, suggested on Friday that Jenner, as head of the Kardashian business empire, wielded enough power to persuade the E! network not to pick up Rob and Chyna for a second season.

But Jenner denied that, telling the court, ‘I do not have any influence over the E! network’.

She also told jurors that she doubted the authenticity of a letter sent to her and other Kardashian family members by her son Rob in which he asked for their support in getting Rob and Chyna renewed for another season.

‘I do not believe he wrote this letter,’ she said.

Robert Jenkins, the TV producer who first brought Rob and Chyna to E!, told the court on Friday how the couple’s relationship quickly went downhill as filming began. 

When they were pitching the show to him, which was originally to be called ‘Rob and Chyna In Love,’ Jenkins, 54, said, ‘They seemed very happy together, laughing together, joyful together.

‘But that was the first and last time I saw them happy together.

‘It was close to the start of shooting and they were quarreling, they weren’t living in the same house, they were very unhappy with each other.

‘It was very difficult to shoot a show where they didn’t want to be with each other.’

After season one of Rob and Chyna, there was the prospect of a season two. But then came the couple’s huge fight in December 2016.

Jenkins said he went to Chyna – and Rob – to suggest they try counseling or couples therapy to get back on track.

‘I told her if you want this (the show) to continue you have to work on your relationship because if you and Rob won’t interact, it’s done,’ he told the jury.

But he added, Chyna’s reaction was, ‘F*** you, f*** that, f*** Rob. I’m not doing that.’

Asked by the Kardashians’ attorney, Rhodes, if he was surprised that E! did not pick up Rob and Chyna for a second season, Jenkins added, ‘No, there was no more Rob and Chyna… The premise of the show was Rob and Chyna in love.’

Kris and her daughters, Kim and Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, who are all named defendants in the case – showed up in court again today.

Kim wore a gray pant suit. Khloe sported a cream pant suit and Kylie was in a light brown pant suit. Chyna showed up in a cream pant suit.

Along with Jenner, the Kardashian sisters Kim, Khloe and Kylie, pictured in a courtroom sketch on Friday, are all named in Chyna's $108 million defamation lawsuit

Along with Jenner, the Kardashian sisters Kim, Khloe and Kylie, pictured in a courtroom sketch on Friday, are all named in Chyna's $108 million defamation lawsuit

Along with Jenner, the Kardashian sisters Kim, Khloe and Kylie, pictured in a courtroom sketch on Friday, are all named in Chyna’s $108 million defamation lawsuit

Chyna accuses the Kardashians of plotting to cancel her hit reality show Rob and Chyna

Chyna accuses the Kardashians of plotting to cancel her hit reality show Rob and Chyna

Chyna accuses the Kardashians of plotting to cancel her hit reality show Rob and Chyna

On the fourth day of the trial, Chyna admitted that she has earned more than $1 million for each Fashion Nova, Kendra’s Boutique and OnlyFans post, some of them nude.

But when she was put on the spot by the Kardashians’ attorney, Michael Rhodes, who pointed out the ‘$40,000 Hermes purse’ she wore to court, Chyna said she ‘could be doing better.’

Chyna sued the Kardashians in 2017 for $108 million from lost TV, personal appearances and social media ‘influencing’ – $44 million in past lost revenues and $64 million in future.

However, when Rhodes asked her on the witness stand how much she was seeking, she failed to answer with the sum she filed for more than four years ago. 

‘I don’t know off the top of my head – I would have to look it up,’ she said. Chyna said she wanted the jury to decide how much she should be awarded in damages. 

She told jurors that she recently had to sell her Lamborghini and Bentley, two of her six cars, weeks after tweeting that she had to make the difficult choice because of ‘morals, beliefs, being a single mother and no support.’

‘I’m MAMA… single, no support [no] child support,’ she tweeted on March 30. 

Rob Kardashian and rapper Tyga – who share daughter Dream, 5, and son King Cairo, 9, with Chyna, respectively – went on to deny her claims. 

‘I pay 37K a year for my daughter’s school,’ Rob posted. ‘I handle every single medical expense. I pay for all her extracurricular activities. I have my daughter from Tuesday-Saturday. Why would I pay child support lol’.

On Thursday, Chyna also broke down in tears as she told the court how she she sought a restraining order against Rob after he posted naked photos of her on the internet.

‘He needed to be stopped,’ she told jurors. ‘Rob posted nude pictures of me on the internet.’

During cross-examination, Chyna also admitted she hasn’t filed her taxes since 2018 or 2019 and does not have a bank account, TMZ reported. 

Chyna told jurors that she recently had to sell her Lamborghini and Bentley, two of her six cars, weeks after tweeting that she had to make the difficult choice because of 'morals, beliefs, being a single mother and no support'

Chyna told jurors that she recently had to sell her Lamborghini and Bentley, two of her six cars, weeks after tweeting that she had to make the difficult choice because of 'morals, beliefs, being a single mother and no support'

Chyna told jurors that she recently had to sell her Lamborghini and Bentley, two of her six cars, weeks after tweeting that she had to make the difficult choice because of ‘morals, beliefs, being a single mother and no support’

'I'm MAMA... single, no support [no] child support,' Chyna tweeted on March 30

'I'm MAMA... single, no support [no] child support,' Chyna tweeted on March 30

‘I’m MAMA… single, no support [no] child support,’ Chyna tweeted on March 30 

Rob and rapper Tyga - who share daughter Dream, 5, and son King Cairo, 9, with Chyna, respectively - went on to deny her claims

Rob and rapper Tyga - who share daughter Dream, 5, and son King Cairo, 9, with Chyna, respectively - went on to deny her claims

Rob and rapper Tyga – who share daughter Dream, 5, and son King Cairo, 9, with Chyna, respectively – went on to deny her claims 

Rhodes also suggested that it was Chyna herself that damaged her own reputation, not the Kardashians, due to reports of her alleged misconduct throughout the years causing her to have the reputation of ‘someone who gets into fights and altercations.’ 

Rhodes recalled reports where Chyna had allegedly used a stroller as a weapon against someone in Six Flags in 2018, smashed a person’s phone, threw a brick at someone, neglected her child while intoxicated, fought ex-boyfriend Kid Buu while in a trip to Hawaii in 2019, threatened her hairstylist with a knife that same year, and held a woman hostage at a Sacramento hotel. 

He also cited a 2015 incident where Chyna was arrested for public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, in Texas. 

Chyna did not acknowledge that any of the media reports were true, but when asked by Rhodes if such public reports ‘could negatively affect the value of your brand,’ she replied, ‘Yes.’

Chyna also did not deny that she called Rob ‘fat b**ch’ and told him ‘It’s over….F*** you’ and ‘you’re disgusting,’ in texts to him in February 2017. 

Chyna defended her statements against Rob, saying ‘When he called me a slut and a whore. Yes, I did retaliate – I called him fat.’ 

Chyna, pictured in a court sketch on Wednesday, maintains that it was the Kardashians alleged interference that got her reality show canned and believed E! network was still filming the show months after it was cancelled

Chyna, pictured in a court sketch on Wednesday, maintains that it was the Kardashians alleged interference that got her reality show canned and believed E! network was still filming the show months after it was cancelled

Chyna, pictured in a court sketch on Wednesday, maintains that it was the Kardashians alleged interference that got her reality show canned and believed E! network was still filming the show months after it was cancelled 

Chyna also conceded that her and Rob’s contract was with the E! network, not the Kardashians.

But when Rhodes pointed out to her that the contract contained an option, not a requirement for a second season of Rob and Chyna, she answered, ‘It wasn’t required, but they did pick it up for a second season’. 

Chyna contends that it was the Kardashians alleged interference that got the show ultimately canned. 

When Rhodes said that the contract called for E! to send her written notice if they were going to a second season of the show, she agreed that she had not received a written notice, ‘but we were still filming Rob and Chyna.’

Chyna maintained that she didn’t realize that the $100,000 fee she was paid that was negotiated by her lawyers with E! , was actually a Rob and Chyna Season One kill fee. 

But she acknowledged that she did get an addition lump sum of $370,000 – the equivalent of $92,500 each for four episodes – in addition to what she’d been paid for season one of Rob and Chyna, for filming what she thought was season 2 of the show. 

‘I got the money and I did the work and I was still filming the show,’ she told jurors. 

Rhodes also questioned why Chyna was suing the Kardashians for ‘millions and millions of dollars’ when Kris Jenner – one of the defendants – had ‘done a nice thing’, just two weeks ago, by agreeing to appear in an Amazon commercial with Chyna’s daughter Dream that would pay the child $50,000. 

‘One has nothing to do with the other,’ retorted Chyna.

Chyna said she began her friendship with Kim Kardashian after she posted a photo of herself posing with a cardboard cutout of Kim – and Kim re-posted it, she told a Los Angeles jury Wednesday.

‘My phone started blowing up with friends telling me Kim had reposted my picture on Instagram,’ she said.

That random online connection led to a ‘close relationship’ with Kim, going to parties at Kardashian homes, appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, even being invited to Kim and Kanye West’s May 2014 wedding.

Chyna (left) began dating Rob Kardashian in January 2016, leading to their own spin-off show where she was paid $92,500 for each of seven episodes

Chyna (left) began dating Rob Kardashian in January 2016, leading to their own spin-off show where she was paid $92,500 for each of seven episodes

Chyna (left) began dating Rob Kardashian in January 2016, leading to their own spin-off show where she was paid $92,500 for each of seven episodes

But her friendship with Kim hit a bump when Chyna’s ex fiancé, rapper Tyga, started dating Kylie Jenner, she told the court.

‘Kim reached out to me and said she could not be friends with me any more because Kylie was dating my ex fiancé, ‘ Chyna told the jury of eight men and eight women. 

But when Chyna started dating Kim’s brother Rob Kardashian in January 2016, then got pregnant and engaged to him, she said, her relationship with the billionaire TV family was soon patched up and spin-off show Rob and Chyna was launched, with Chyna being paid $92,500 for each of seven episodes.

Even her children were written into her contract with E!

Dream, her daughter by Rob, was promised $5,850 per appearance on Rob and Chyna and King Cairo, her son by Tyga, was to get $11,000 per.

Source: DailyMail

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