KHLOE, Kylie, and Kim Kardashian threatened to quit Keeping Up With the Kardashians if Blac Chyna's spinoff wasn't canceled in newly surfaced emails and texts from that time.
Khloe took the stand in court on Tuesday as an old email sent by the star to the E! network was resurfaced, allegedly threatening to stop filming their reality show unless Rob & Chyna was canceled.
The reality star was first to take the stand this morning, while the email was presented to the jury, which read: “We are even considering not moving forward with our show if theirs continues, that’s how strongly we feel this is damaging to our family.”
Khloe did not deny sending the email as she was questioned by Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani.
Khloe told the court she just didn’t want to “move forward with any such toxicity” and said she was talking about their relationship and not necessarily the show.
Snippets from a previous email allegedly sent by Kylie Jenner, 24, were also shown to the jury in which she allegedly stated that Rob Kardashian and Chyna’s relationship was “embracing” and making the family as a whole look fake.
It also read that "her association is too detrimental to our family and Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
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An earlier email was also read out from E! executive producer Jeff Olde, who told his network colleagues, that if Rob & Chyna season two did not go ahead it was a family decision and not the networks.
KIM'S TEXTS EXPOSED
Kim Kardashian, 41, also took to the stand on Tuesday morning with texts and emails read out where she too allegedly said the family would stop filming if the Rob & Chyna show continued.
While on record the makeup mogul said she didn't recall sending them in 2016, telling her sisters to call Jeff Olde and another producer.
Further texts showed her outrage over Chyna filming further episodes for KUWTK after her and Rob's show got canceled, as Kim allegedly raged: "I'm going to officially take a break because I don't want to do this anymore because this is so confusing, this is just not happening, I can't believe no one listens to us, no one respects us, it's just not happening."
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Kim allegedly claimed in one text: "Chyna can never be on her show," but in court, she rebutted that her text messages are often voice dictated and she meant "OUR show," Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The court heard how Rob was reportedly "crying all day" as he felt Chyna only showed up to see the family because she wanted to film, while Kim demanded she not be shot and asked: "She can have no false hope that she's on our show. Is she getting paid?"
Ciani then asked if Kim knew that Chyna never appeared in any more episodes after her demands, to which she quipped: "She got paid for it, right?"
The attorney asked how she'd know she got paid, and Kim claimed she'd heard in earlier testimony Chyna received the $100k kill fee for her cancelation, along with $370k for her four episodes with KUWK.
Further texts to a producer for KUWTK showed the camera crew being directed to avoid shooting Chyna directly as much as possible and even suggested blurring her in scenes, which Kim claimed would be "ridiculous".
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Kim held her on the stand, and often when asked if she sent various texts and emails she quipped: "I don't remember a text I sent this morning."
The SKIMS founder continued on to say that if Chyna was getting paid and not wanting to give her hope was a way to "manage expectations" saying she was not a full-time cast member or a family member and therefore should not expect to be in scenes.
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