A jury ruled in favor of the Kardashian family on Monday in former reality television star Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against them.
The jury in Los Angeles concluded that none of the members slandered Chyna, nor did they violate her contract by persuading the E! network to suspend her reality show “Rob & Chyna.”
The four Kardashian defendants — Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Khloé Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner — were present for nearly the entirety of the trial, but were all in New York for this year’s Met Gala, which was themed “Gilded Glamour.”
Chyna was present during the verdict. She showed no sign of reaction.
After approximately ten hours of deliberation, the jury found that the Kardashians frequently acted in bad faith, concluding that they were not justified in informing the execs and production companies of “Rob & Chyna” that Chyna abused their son and brother Rob Kardashian.
However, they determined that it had no material impact on Chyna’s contract or the show’s future, and she was awarded no damages.
Executives from the E! network, which broadcast the show, testified that “Rob & Chyna” ended due to the breakdown of the relationship, not due to the defendants’ actions.