The Kardashian-Jenners are often embroiled in controversies. Blac Chyna’s ongoing lawsuit against the Kardashian family is still making headlines in Los Angeles. Ryan Seacrest recently stated that he did not want Blac’s reality show to be canceled.
According to Radar Online, the Kardashian/Jenner family rushed to court to ask a judge to prevent certain portions of Ryan Seacrest’s testimony from being heard by the jury, claiming that it was irrelevant to the case at hand. For days, a $300 million court battle has raged in a Los Angeles courtroom between Blac Chyna and her ex-Rob and his family. Chyna claimed in her lawsuit that Rob shared explicit photos of her with his 9 million followers following their 2017 breakup.
She is adamant that Kris Jenner and her daughters Kim, Khloé, and Kim caused the cancellation of her show Rob & Chyna. Chyna claimed the Kardashian/Jenner family spread lies to E! executives about her abuse of Rob, leading to the cancellation of her show despite her claim that she was told it was renewed for a second season and she’d be paid $1 million for the season.
The family claimed they were only concerned about Rob and cited an incident between the former couple in December 2016. Chyna insisted that she never assaulted Rob. So far, Chyna, Kris, and Kylie have all taken the stand to be cross-examined in court. Ryan Seacrest is scheduled to testify in court as part of the case.
However, the Kardashian/Jenner family is requesting that the jury not hear his entire testimony. A transcript filed in the case shows the portions of his deposition that the famous family wishes to be excluded from the court. The biggest surprise is that Seacrest stated that he wanted Rob & Chyna to move forward, despite the Kardashian/Jenner family’s claims that they were concerned for Rob’s safety.
Seacrest was asked, “Did you have any opinion, one way or another, whether Season 2 of Rob & Chyna should go forward?” He said, “Knowing — I’m sure I would want it to go forward. I think, you know, I would wish success for everybody, but I can’t remember exactly what my opinion was back then … my opinion would be they should always go forward. You know, I would always want the show to be successful to have another episode or another season.”
Seacrest also admitted that he lacked the authority to cancel a show on his own. The television host claimed he had forgotten about Rob & Chyna’s cancellation or how badly Kylie Jenner’s spin-off did for E! after replacing her brother’s show.
Let’s wait and see what happens. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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