The 34-year-old reality star had come to a settlement on the issue with Kardashian, 35, in June, and on Friday requested the Los Angeles County Superior Court dismiss the revenge porn claim with prejudice, People reported after reviewing documents in the case.
The outlet in June reported that Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, and Kardashian came to an accord on the case after Kardashian’s legal team was denied a motion to the court to implement a settlement after saying that ‘Chyna and her counsel have acted in bad faith.’
Blac Chyna has filed legal paperwork to end her longtime court battle with ex Rob Kardashian over claims of revenge porn. The action would put an end to the ongoing legal issue and prohibit future claims in connection with the case between the exes, who are parents to daughter Dream Renée, five.
Jones in his case claimed Chyna and Kardashian had outed him as gay and publicly release his contact information, claiming ‘intentional infliction of emotional distress’ and ‘public disclosure of private facts,’ TMZ reported.
After Kardashian reached a pact with the Washington D.C. native this past May, Chyna ‘changed her mind’ and vowed to continue with the revenge porn lawsuit.
Previously in June, Kardashian’s legal team told the court in a motion that Chyna had tried to broker a deal in which she would drop the case if he helped her with a 2017 lawsuit from her ex Justin C. Jones.
The case with Kardashian is one in a number of legal clashes Chyna has had with the Kardashian–Jenner family over the past five years, as she had also sued them claiming they had negatively impacted her brand, as well as abused her verbally and physically.
Chyna sued Rob Kardashian after he posted naked photos of her on Instagram, and claimed she was unfaithful to him, and used drugs and alcohol.
Chyna said the aforementioned incident, in addition to the Kardashian-Jenner family’s power with the E! network led them to cancel the show Rob & Chyna, costing her millions in potential earnings.
This past May, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner prevailed in a defamation trial, as Chyna was awarded no damages in the case, with her lawyer saying they would appeal the decision. In June, the Kardashian-Jenner legal team requested Chyna pay almost $400,000 in court costs related to the case.