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The legal battles between Blac Chyna and the Kardashian household might soon reach its end. Or, at least, part of it might soon reach its conclusion, thanks to the judge. As it is now being reported, the court believes Chyna cannot blame the famous namesake of Keeping Up with the Kardashians for the cancellation of Rob & Chyna, Blac Chyna's own reality TV series on the E! network. As a result, that might throw the model's turbulent legal case out the window, which would diminish whatever success Chyna hoped to find in the courtroom. Yet another misfortune to add to Blac Chyna's ongoing woes, it seems, as the former reality TV star has definitely not had a stellar 2018 so far.
TMZ documented the court drama. In their reporting, they claim the legal documents find Blac Chyna unable to blame Kris Jenner and other members of the Kardashian/Jenner family for the cancellation of her show. Blac Chyna believes the world-famous family might've pushed for the short-lived reality TV series to get cancelled prematurely, and that they used their influence over the network to make it happen soon. As the court sees it, however, it's entirely in E!'s right to cancel whatever shows they wish to end under their banner. It was also determined that if Blac Chyna signed a contract with E! and agreed to their terms and conditions, they're allowed to kill the series, whether Blac Chyna likes it or not -- and, of course, whether or not the Kardashians did or did not influence the celebrity-filled television station in their decision to call it quits on Rob & Chyna.
Rob & Chyna only lasted one season on the network. The seven-episode series came to a close at the end of 2016, but Blac Chyna believes E! was interested in producing more episodes before they officially cancelled the series. According to Blac Chyna's original lawsuit, production was already underway for another season before they called it quits. But that's not enough for the court of law, apparently. Unless she has something in writing stating that E! guaranteed another season, she doesn't exactly have a case at the moment -- at least, when it comes to Rob and Chyna's premature close.
It's not all bad news for Blac Chyna, though. Other claims the axed E! star made in her original suit, like defamation, are still on the table at the moment. Additionally, Blac Chyna is still able to amend her previous lawsuit, so maybe she'll have a stronger case in the future? We'll see. If that's the case, then it's not over for Blac Chyna, and the model might come back with vengeance when she promises to let the Kardashians see their day in court. Should anything change, CinemaBlend will keep you posted on the latest developments in this ongoing battle of Blac Chyna vs. The Kardashians.