Blac Chyna will question the Kardashian-Jenners in battery case
The win is a very small one against the famous family, but a win nonetheless.
On Tuesday, Chyna's attorney confirmed that she will be able to depose Rob's sisters, the Kardashian-Jenners, in order to defend herself during the trial, set to take place next month.
For those who haven't been keeping up with the drama: Rob sued his ex-fiancé in 2017 for a domestic violence incident that occurred in December 2016. The two had welcomed a daughter together, Dream, one month earlier.
At the time, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star alleged that Black Chyna tried to strangle him with an iPhone charger cord after downing large amounts of drugs and alcohol.
The presiding judge denied the Kar-Jenners' request to drop the deposition subpoenas. However, the depositions will be limited to two hours per family member.
"Chyna will be permitted to question all four individuals, despite their objection to the trial court that they are 'too busy running billion-dollar companies' to comply with Chyna's subpoenas," her attorney Lynne Ciani said in a statement.
The lawyer continued, "The trial court agreed with Chyna that Kris, Kim, Khloé, and Kylie are not above the law and they must respond under oath to questions by her attorney."
The pair began dating in 2016 and had their own reality show, Rob & Chyna, before splitting in 2017.
Black Chyna – who's legal name is Angela White – also has a 9-year-old son with rapper Tyga, who is coincidentally the ex of Kylie, Rob's half sister.
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