Blac Chyna shook the entire entertainment world when she took the iconic Kardashian-Jenner family to court. The lawsuit filed by Chyna is in it’s last phase with the jury deliberations going on. The jury did not reach a verdict on Friday and must return next week.

Page Six reports that the 12-member jury started deliberating at a Downtown Los Angeles courthouse at 9:30 a.m. Friday. However, they failed to reach a verdict by the end of the court day at 4:30 p.m. They will be back on Monday, but its unclear if Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner will be in court Monday as it’s the same day as the 2022 Met Gala.

The Kardashian-Jenners’ attorney, Michael Rhodes, told The Post he believed his clients are still attending the Gala in New York City on Monday. Rhodes said as he walked out of the courtroom Friday afternoon, “They don’t have to be here, but I will be.”

Meanwhile, Kim, Khloé, Kylie and Kris, who all testified this week, were not inside the courtroom on Friday and neither was Chyna. Chyna sued the family members for $40 million for loss of earnings and more than $60 million in future earnings. She claimed the famous family used their influence to cancel the second season of her show, “Rob & Chyna,” which they have denied.


Before the jurors went into deliberation, Judge Gregory Alarcon told jurors that they must give each defendant a “separate consideration” regarding Chyna’s defamation and contract interference claims. It should be noted, Kim secured a major victory on Friday as she cleared her name from the list of defendants due to lack of evidence. Stay tuned to Thirsty for future updates.

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Shubham Banerjee

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