Blac Chyna has scored a big win in her three-year court battle against the Kardashian family over the cancelation of "Rob & Chyna."
Page Six reported on Dec. 7 that a judge ordered Bunim/Murray Productions, the company behind the defunct reality show, to hand over unaired footage from what would've been the second season of "Rob & Chyna."
Chyna's attorney claims the footage, which was filmed while she and Rob Kardashian were engaged, shows him supporting her after she underwent a medical procedure. According to Page Six, the judge also ruled that the production company has 45 days to hand over unaired footage from "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" filmed in March 2017. The footage supposedly shows the former couple discussing parenting their daughter, Dream.
Chyna sued the entire Kardashian family in 2017 after her messy split from Rob. "Rob & Chyna" soon came to an end. After that, Chyna began claiming that the Kardashian family tarnished her reputation and torpedoed "Rob & Chyna" by using their influence at E! Network. The Kardashian family, her attorney alleged, interfered with Chyna's "highly lucrative contract" with E!, and their "illegal interference" caused the show to end. The Kardashian family claims "Rob & Chyna" was canceled because the duo split. Plus, the show had lackluster ratings compared to other Kardashian spinoffs.
Several months after the lawsuit, a judge dismissed Kim Kardashian West and Kris Jenner from the case.
Rob did not participate in the recent hearing.
"We have not filed an opposition to the court for this request because the footage has no impact on the case," Rob's attorney, Marty Singer, told Page Six. "However, we have requested Blac Chyna's OnlyFans footage and she has refused to release that footage to us."