AMID Blac Chyna’s legal battle against the Kardashians over Rob & Chyna’s cancellation, her massive salary has been revealed.
The social media star revealed plans to revisit an old lawsuit after her ex-fiancé and another baby daddy, Tyga, railed against her on social media.
Blac Chyna’s salary for Rob and Chyna has been revealedCredit: Getty
She is currently suing several members of the Kardashian familyCredit: Getty
She and Rob Kardashian were engaged briefly and share one child togetherCredit: Getty
On Tuesday, Radar Online obtained court documents revealing just how much Blac Chyna was making from the now-defunct reality show.
According to the outlet, the social media personality was due to rake in an impressive $92,500 per episode for the show’s second season.
She is currently going back and fourth with Rob Kardashian’s family in court, suing them for $300 million in damages.
According to Radar, the famous family is trying to block her from showing the jury certain documents and testimony.
In addition to suing Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner for allegedly leading to the cancellation of her reality show and accusing her of abusing Rob, she is suing her former fiancé.
Blac Chyna is suing the father of her daughter, Dream, for posting explicit photos of her online without consent in 2017.
The Kardashian family recently tried to argue that Rob’s ex shouldn’t be allowed to testify in the case about her beliefs or understanding of her contractual rights under her agreements with E! Network, which hosted the show.
According to Radar Online, they want her to be barred from speaking on “the effects of Defendants’ alleged actions on her brand and reputation” in particular.
Her lawyer, Lynne Ciani, is hitting back hard as they prepare to head back to court.
Blac Chyna’s legal representation claims she was guarenteed more than $92,000 for each episode of what would have been an eight episode series.
Her motion reads as follows, according to the outlet: “[Chyna] is fully competent to testify about the terms of the contract, i.e. her Talent Agreement with NBCUniversal, of which she is personally aware, including the episodic rate of $92,500, that after Season 2 was approved by NBCUniversal she was guaranteed payment for eight episodes, and that she never signed or authorized an amendment to her Talent Agreement.”
The filing also includes a breakdown of what exactly Blac Chyna is hoping to gain from the case.
Her $300 million in damages includes $100 million in owed economic damages.
Blac Chyna claims she is owed $44 million in past economic damages and an addition $64 million for future economic damages.
Those past damages include $7.8 million for two seasons per year of Rob & Chyna, $5 million in lost income from club appearances, and $31 million in lost social media income.
As for her future economic damages, Blac Chyna included $11 million in lost television appearances, $7 million from club appearances and $46 million in social media posts.
The trial will take place on April 15.
According to documents previously uncovered by Radar Online, the Kar-Jenner clan has filed a motion demanding that “any conversation or evidence regarding their wealth or financial condition should be banned from the jury trial.”
The request also stated that the mother-of-two only be allowed to discuss their financial state if “the jury returns a verdict awarding damages.”
The Kardashians say that Blac Chyna plans to “present evidence of the well-known fact of Defendants’ wealth during the liability phase in connection with [Plaintiff’s] intentional interference with contract claim.
“[Chyna’s] sole purpose in referencing Defendants’ wealth and financial condition is to inflame and unduly prejudice the jury against Defendants,” they asserted.
The Kardashians have denied all claims against them and have asserted that the model has plenty of income through her other ventures, specifically her OnlyFans.
The documents, also shared by Radar, stated that the Kardashians denied using their “power and influence” to interfere with Chyna’s contract.
“While it is widely known that Defendants have achieved financial success through various and divergent business endeavors, it is nevertheless true that allowing [Chyna] to refer to Defendants as ‘billionaires’ or to reference their wealth in more general terms would tend to inflame the passions of the jury and confuse the issues,” the statement read.
The family has prepared for Blac Chyna to use their wealth to her advantage in the trial, however, a judge has yet to rule in either’s favor.
HEADING TO COURT
released a statement regarding her trial against the Kardashians on Twitter.
She began: “I plan to re-focus my attention on my trial against Kris Jennerand her daughters Kim, Khloe, and Kylie which starts in 13 days.
“When they got my #1 hit show killed back in January 2017, that not only hurt me financially and emotionally, that hurt my beautiful KIDS.”
Blac continued: “I’m taking them to court to stand up for my legal rights and to be an example to my kids that ‘what’s right is right, what’s wrong is wrong.’
“And what they did was so wrong.”
She confessed: “I am so thankful that a jury will finally listen to what really happened behind closed doors, the lies that were told, and the damage that was done.
“At the end of the trial, I’m going to be able to proudly tell King and Dream that I did everything I could to right the wrong that was done to me.
Blac concluded: “And that, in life, it is my hope that they will be able to stand up for themselves when it matters.”
The couple’s reality shoe aired for one seasonCredit: E!
Blac Chyna claims the Kardashians played a role in the show’s cancelationCredit: Getty
She also claims that Rob shred explicit photos of her without her permissionCredit: krisjenner/Instagram
We pay for your stories!
Do you have a story for The US Sun team?