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Kris Jenner claims Blac Chyna ‘SLASHED ex Tyga’s skin’ during violent fight

THE Kardashians are facing off with Blac Chyna in a long-awaited trial in Los Angeles, and Kris Jenner took the stand Thursday afternoon.

She accused the model of slashing Tyga in a violent fight while he was dating Kylie.

Kris said she did not have any proof of Chyna’s alleged abuse against the rapper.

“I just heard what Tyga told us, he was physically abused and that she had fights with him, with a knife cut on his arm, things like that.”

When quizzed if she ever saw the knife slash on his skin, she claimed she hadn’t but only heard about the abuse secondhand.

Despite this, Kris also admitted that she was excited about her son’s engagement to the model.

“Their relationship had gone to another level, it was progressing and that’s what Rob really wanted. It was a joyful time.”

Chyna is suing the Kardashian family for allegedly being the reason the second season of her reality show, Rob & Chyna, was canceled.

The influencer, whose real name is Angela Renée White, first filed the suit back in 2017 and is asking for more than $100million in damages.

Please read our Blac Chyna hearing trial live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Who is Tokyo Toni, part three

    Tokyo Toni has her own business and her Facebook page lists her as the Chief Executive Officer of On my Grind Entertainment and Promotions, LLC.

    Toni was also reportedly a US Army soldier who took on jobs at a talent agency called Movie Extra A List Talent.

    She also previously worked at a broadcast station called EOTM Radio and Media.

  • Who is Tokyo Toni, continued

    Toni is the grandmother of Dream Kardashian, who was born on November 10, 2016.

    Dream is the daughter of Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian.

    According to PEOPLE magazine, Toni is married to husband Marcellus Hunter.

  • Who is Blac Chyna’s mom Tokyo Toni?

    Tokyo Toni is also known by her given name, Shalana Jones-Hunter.

    Toni was born in 1972 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

    She is 50 years old.

    She is likely most well-known as being the mother of Blac Chyna, who is a model and media personality.

  • Blac Chyna’s mom banned from trial

    Chyna’s mom Tokyo Toni was banned from attending the rest of the trial by the judge after she went on a social media rant against the Kardashians and Jenners on Monday, April 18, 2022.

    In an Instagram video, filled with profanities, she criticized all of the Kardashian women and called Kris “decrepit.”

  • Cianna grills Kris on her excitement

    “You were excited your son was engaged to a woman who threatened to kill your daughter?” Cianna asked.

    Kris responded that she “wouldn’t put it like that,” but she said the family was overjoyed when Rob and Chyna announced they were expecting their first child.

    Jenner said she wanted to see Chyna grow and become “the best version of herself.”

  • Kris says she was excited about engagement

    Cianni asked Kris if she was alarmed when Chyna and Rob got engaged.

    “We were excited,” said Kris.

    “Their relationship had gone to another level, it was progressing and that’s what Rob really wanted. It was a joyful time.”

  • Kris admits to no proof of Tyga abuse

    Jenner also admitted she did not have any proof of Chyna’s alleged abuse against the rapper, but said:

    “I just heard what Tyga told us, he was physically abused and that she had fights with him, with a knife cut on his arm, things like that.”

    When quizzed if she ever saw the knife slash on his skin, she claimed she hadn’t but only heard about the abuse secondhand.

    She said despite the admission she was not concerned about her daughter’s safety and when Chyna got together with Rob, she was just pleased to see her son had found love.

  • Kris Jenner gets pressed on accusation

    Chyna’s attorney pressed Kris on why she never called the police or ever confronted Chyna about the alleged death threat.

    Jenner also claimed she was told Chyna physically abused Tyga.

    “There was a lot of drama, which I’m used to in my family,” she responded, saying she didn’t take Chyna’s threats seriously.

    She was asked if she’d ever seen any proof of Chyna saying she’d kill Kylie, to which Jenner said she didn’t have any.

  • Kris Jenner takes the stand

    Kris Jenner took the stand later this afternoon to testify.

    Chyna’s lawyer Lynne Cianni asked her several questions about Kylie’s relationship with the model.

    Cianni asked Jenner if it was true that Chyna “threatened to kill your daughter, Kylie?”

    The momager said she’d heard about the threats through her daughter and ex Tyga, but not directly.

  • Corey Gamble on Rob’s side

    Corey Gamble allegedly came over the morning after Rob and Chyna argued and tried to separate the pair.

    Chyna said: “We were not in a physical fight, he was in the closet.”

    She claimed that Gamble only got in-between them as she tried to get her phone back as Rob fled the home.

    Corey is said to have told Rob: “Get your car keys and get out of here.”

    Chyna then allegedly chased after them.

  • Timeline of events, part three

    October 2017: Chyna sues the Kardashian clan for defamation and intentional interference with her reality TV show.

    December 2020: The pair agreed to share physical custody of their daughter, Dream, on an alternating weekly schedule.

    February 2022: Rob dropped his assault and battery lawsuit against Chyna because his “love for Dream far outweighs my desire to proceed with my claims against her mother in a public trial,” he told E! in a statement.

    March 2022: Chyna alleged she didn’t receive child support from either of her baby daddies, Rob or Tyga.

    April 2022: Chyna takes the Kardashians to trial over her canceled reality TV show.

  • Timeline of events, part two

    November 2016: Daughter, Dream, was born.

    December 2016: Season 1 of Rob & Chyna ends, the pair are rumored to have split and the pair no longer live together.

    February 2017: Chyna is seen without her engagement ring and out with a mystery man.

    April 2017: The pair are reportedly back together after Snapchats of the two kissing.

    July 2017: Rob lashed out at his ex by posting explicit images which appeared to be of Blac on Instagram and accusing his former fiancee of cheating on him. Chyna’s request for a restraining order against Rob is granted following his social media outburst and alleged physical abuse.

  • Timeline of events, part one

    Let’s take a look at a timeline between Blac Chyna and the Kardashians…

    January 2016: Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are first linked together.

    April 2016: The couple announced their engagement.

    May 2016: The pair announced Chyna’s pregnancy.

    September 2016: The E! reality series, Rob & Chyna, aired and documented the relationship between the couple.

  • Chyna has nothing against Kylie Jenner

    During the trial on Wednesday, Kardashian attorney Michael Rhodes asked if Chyna had something against Kylie, remarking: “She took your boyfriend, right?”

    Chyna insisted: “I have no ill will against none of the ladies actually.”

    Rhodes also said the pair had split up in December 2016 and that the whole show was about their relationship, to which Chyna insisted she had only moved out of Kylie’s house and they were still engaged.

  • Chyna explains her work with OnlyFans

    Chyna was asked to explain to the jury what OnlyFans is.

    She claimed she makes money on the subscription service by selling “bikini pics, pics of my feet, me eating, and my nails.”

    Asked if she’d made over a million dollars from the service, she admitted: “Yes.”

  • Chyna mocked for bringing $40k purse to court

    “Did you come to court with a $100k purse?” asked Rhodes.

    Chyna confirmed it was worth $40k.

    The attorney also mentioned she had six luxury cars until recently having to sell her Lamborghini and Bentley.

    “You’re doing pretty well?” he asked.

    She responded that she “could be doing better.”

  • Chyna does not state exact loss of earnings amount

    Rhodes asked Chyna if she had done any market research to show a loss of earnings since her show was canceled.

    She said she hadn’t but she could show some figures during a brief break, according to The Sun reported in the courtroom today.

    “No ma’m we’re in trial, you are suing my client for millions of dollars,” Rhodes said.

    The attorney then asked Chyna how much she wants in damages from the Kardashians, and after remaining silent for a moment and stuttering, she answered: “millions.”

  • How long is the trial expected to be?

    The trial began on Monday, April 18 with jury selection.

    It is expected to go on for at least 10 days, according to Glamour.

  • KarJenners seek to shield ‘financial condition’

    According to documents uncovered by Radar Online, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has filed a motion demanding that “any conversation or evidence regarding their wealth or financial condition should be banned from the jury trial.”

    The request also stated that the mother-of-two only be permitted to discuss their financial state if “the jury returns a verdict awarding damages.”

  • Kris, Khloé, and Kylie respond to court sketches

    Kris Jenner and daughters Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian have called the court sketches of them during the Blac Chyna trial “unflattering” and have taken to Instagram to share an alternative.

  • Who is expected to testify, continued

    Ryan Seacrest, who was an executive producer on Rob & Chyna, is also on the witness list but might testify by video deposition because he lives in New York.

    A number of Hollywood bosses could also be called to take the stand including executives from E! and Bunim Murray Productions, the company behind the Keeping Up with the Kardashians franchise, as well as the Rob and Chyna series.

  • Who is expected to testify?

    The opening stages of the trial started Monday in Los Angeles Superior Courthouse with jury selection and opening statements.

    Kris, Kim, Khloé, and Kylie are all expected to take the stand at some point during the trial.

  • Tokyo Toni starts petition to boycott Kardashians

    Via Change.org, Blac Chyna’s mother Tokyo Toni created an online petition to “Boycott the Kardashians.”

    Hundreds of individuals have already signed the petition.

    Toni, whose true name is Shalana Jones-Hunter, set forth her intricate rationale for the boycott in a long rant against the family.

    “The Kardashians believe they are above the law,” she started. “The Kardashians Dash Jenners believe that this social world revolves around them in which it does not.

    “These women are looked upon by our teenage girls as role models in which they are not.”

  • Rhodes unable to verify Chyna’s income, continued

    Rhodes asked if she had filed her most recent tax return, and she replied: “No I did not,” going on to say she hasn’t filed since 2017.

    Chyna said her previous tax attorney Walter Mosley “burnt me so bad. I’ve been looking for a very good accountant I can trust.”

    Chyna also claimed she does not have a personal bank account.

    Rhodes said: “We have no ability to verify your income.”

  • Rhodes unable to verify Chyna’s income

    Rhodes showed the jury a list of bank statements and tax returns in court today after she accused the Kardashians of causing her to lose income and ruin her TV career, according to the Sun reporter at the trial.

    He said that there were no personal bank statements provided, only from her business accounts, and there were missing tax returns from 2018-2021.



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