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Kardashians: Chyna's restraining order to blame for reality show ending

28 December 2017

"We recently filed an amended complaint to narrow the issues and parties in the case, which is about slut-shaming, revenge porn, and killing Chyna's show after she broke up with Rob", Chyna's attorney Lisa Bloom told Us Weekly.

Her second tattoo consists of the letters B and C in red ink and in cursive - which stands for Blac Chyna, although her real name is Angela White. In response, Kim Kardashian, 37, Rob Kardashian, 30, and Kris Jenner, 61, said it was canceled because of Chyna's restraining order against Rob, which obviously made it impossible to film because they couldn't be near each other!

Rob & Chyna, which premiered in September 2016 and wrapped with a special documenting the birth of their 1-year-old daughter, Dream Kardashian, in December 2016, followed the ups and downs of the former couple's relationship. But now, it's back to reality.

The reports claim Kim, Kris, and Rob are asking for the judge to throw out the case which alleged that Kim was responsible for Blac Chyna's show, Rob & Chyna, not moving forward with its second season.

In documents obtained by the publication, it states: "Plaintiff asked the Court to issue an order prohibiting Rob from contacting her 'either directly or indirectly, in any way" and requiring Rob to stay away from Plaintiff, her home and workplace.

Chyna's lawsuit also alleges defamation, to which the Kardashians responded by saying their allegations against Chyna were factual and thus not defamatory.

By November, Blac Chyna had dropped charges against Khloé, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie - but Kris, Kim, and Rob were still targets of her accusations. Per TMZ's sources, Chyna believes that the Kardashians are setting a poor example to victims of domestic violence by blaming the cancellation of "Rob & Chyna" on her restraining order.

The filing also states that Jenner, 62, and Kardashian West, 37, have a court date January 18 in Los Angeles to present their case for having the lawsuit dropped.