Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashan Feared Jury in Blac Chyna Lawsuit


  • Kim and Khloé Kardashian expressed their worry about being judged by a jury in the Blac Chyna case.
  • Blac Chyna sued them and Kris and Kylie Jenner for over $100, but the jury sided with the Kardashians. 
  • Kim said that hopefully the jury would be “people who just don’t know who we are.”

Kim and Khloé Kardashian voiced some of their worries about the Blac Chyna trial that occurred earlier this year, saying that they were worried about being judged by a potentially impartial jury.

On season two, episode seven of “The Kardashians,” Kim and Khloé got lunch with their sister Kourtney and discussed Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against the family.

The model, whose real name is Angela White, sued Kim, Khloé, and Kylie and Kris Jenner for over $100 million, alleging that her spinoff series “Rob & Chyna” was canceled due to interference on the part of the family.  The Kardashian-Jenners denied the allegations.

At lunch, Kim and Khloé worried about being judged by the jury. 

“She’s suing us for over $100 million dollars,” Khloé said. “And we’re leaving our fate in the hands of 12 random people. What if they hate us?”

“No one hates us Khloé,” Kourtney replied off-screen.

“Hopefully they find people who just don’t know who we are,” Kim said. 

Insider previously reported that prospective jurors for the trial were asked if they had heard of the Kardashian-Jenner family. In one case, a male juror said that he had watched Kim Kardashian’s sex tape previously, and didn’t think that he could be impartial in the case because he would be “replaying that sex tape over and over again.”

The jury eventually ruled in favor of the Kardashian-Jenner family, finding that they were not liable for any damages but concluding that some members of the family had interfered with Chyna’s economic opportunities, Insider previously reported.

They were not in attendance in court when the verdict was read because they were attending the Met Gala, according to their attorney Michael G. Rhodes. 

“I definitely am really nervous because what I know in a lot of the justice reform work that I’m in is that when a jury’s involved,” Kim said during the episode. “There’s no telling what how people will side, and even if you have the truth on your side, and you believe in your team, there’s just, you have no idea what the outcome is going to be.”

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