In catastrophic testimony, Blac Chyna’s own witnesses admit that “Rob & China” Season 2 did not officially exist.

A sketch of a Blac Chyna court artist who stood at a witness stand in Los Angeles on April 20, 2022 for her proceedings against the Kardashian family's uproar.

In this court artist’s sketch, former reality television star Blac Chyna sits in a Los Angeles court on April 19, 2022. China is accusing the Kardashian Jenner family of defamation and loss of income.Associated Press

  • Former Blac Chyna lawyer said Wednesday’s Season 2 of “Rob & Chyna” was never officially featured.

  • The entire Cina case is based on her allegations that a Cardassian woman conspired to kill the season.

  • Kardashian’s lawyer used Chyna’s witnesses to remind the jury of the $ 100,000 “murder fee” that Chyna had in her pocket.

Blac Chyna suffered a serious legal setback in a proceeding against the Kardashian Jenner family on Wednesday. During his testimony, he testified that Season 2 of “Rob & China” had never been officially turned green.

Walter Mosley, a former lawyer and manager of Chyna, joined under rigorous cross-examination by Kardashian-Jenner’s family law lawyer Michael G. Rhodes.

Chyna’s $ 100 million charge to her family is based on her claim that patriarch Kris Jenner gathered her daughters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner to kill Chyna’s spin-off show with her then-partner. ,It is important., Rob Kardashian.

Called as a witness on the Chinese side in the middle of the second week of the trial, Mosery instead gave the Kardashian side a significant victory and told the Los Angeles jury that there was no season two to kill anyone.

Moseley testified that despite having negotiated with studio executives to pre-shoot the first four episodes, Mosley had never received a production notice for the season.

In direct testimony, Mosley told the jury that she helped her negotiate various television deals early in her work relationship with Cina and eventually landed on E. The network where “Rob & Chyna” Season 1 was broadcast.

Mosley told the jury that he was increasingly losing his position as an executive producer after Season 1 was over, but he was still “focused on launching Season 2.”

He talks about the future of the show, E! He began negotiations with NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBCUniversal, and added that it became a network offering modified contracts to Chyna.

Chyna will be on February 21, 2017, E! He admitted that Kardashian lawyer Michael Rhodes asked a question on Thursday about the agreement. The network contained her signature. Contract created as Rob Kardashian with Chyna Continued to hit each other violently in public — Give the network another 5 months to decide whether the second season will live or die.

The agreement paid Chyna a killing fee of $ 100,000 at the end of the series. Under the same agreement, she paid $ 370,000 as a flat rate for additional appearances on “KUWTK.”

Chyna’s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, was unable to ask Mosley at least half of the questions on Wednesday. Much focused on what Chyna said to him.

Rhodes also E! I brought up a series of emails showing the trajectory of Mosley’s negotiations with. Messages dated February-July were sent when Chyna had a contract with the network.

Her original deal required the network to decide whether to renew the show until March 2016, Mosley assisted negotiations in the revised deal, and the network was added by Chyna until August 2017. It was necessary to secure financial terms and decide to exercise that option.

Wednesday’s mutual review began with a friendly joke between Rhodes and Mosley, both lawyers, and Rhodes created a series of explosive messages detailing the time at Chyna’s E! The network has ended.

On February 8, 2017, former NBC Universal Counsel Jeff Fuhrman sent an email to Chyna’s team, including former agents Ashaunna Ayers and Mosley. “For the purpose of reviving’Rob & China’,” Ferman said he would like to revise China’s terminology.

According to Mosley, E to update the show! The exchange, which lasted until July when the option was gone, was a “constructive pickup”, but until August 2017, the network had never created a written production notice to the Chyna team. .. He told the court that the show could move forward after seeing a press release about Season 2 and a production shoot.

“As far as you know, didn’t you send a written notice about Rob & Chyna’s Season 2 production?” Rhodes asked Mosley.

“I didn’t receive the document,” he told the court. By June 2017, in another email, Mosley contacted NBC Universal executives, “Have you heard anything about Chyna?”

A month later, he emailed an executive “It’s been a few weeks since the release date of Chyna from E!”. Refers to the end of her amended contract.

After that email, Mosley charged the network a $ 100,000 killing fee negotiated by Chyna, who testified she had received.

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