Kris Jenner is not dragging Kim Kardashian into Rob Kardashian and Kylie Jenner's lawsuit against Blac Chyna, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this bizarre claim. We're told it's 100 percent "false."
According to In Touch, Kris "needs" Kim's help in Rob's case against Chyna. As Gossip Cop reported in late September, Rob filed a lawsuit alleging assault against Chyna. He maintained in his court papers that on December 14, 2016, the two had a disagreement over their daughter Dream, and Chyna tried choking him with an iPhone cord before punching him in the head and face in the home they once shared. Kylie joined Rob in the suit because she owns the house where the fight allegedly took place, and the siblings assert Chyna caused $100,000 worth of damage to the home by breaking doors, destroying walls and smashing various other property.
Now, the publication claims Kris wants Kim to add her name to the assault and vandalism suit. The outlet quotes a so-called "source" as saying, "Lawyers have told Kris that they will get a much bigger settlement if Kim, the most popular Kardashian, is a plaintiff." "A jury would definitely side with Kim," adds the questionable source.
Next, the magazine contends Chyna allegedly leaked "negative stories about Kim to the media," even though she signed a non-disclosure agreement barring her from "blabbing." That, maintains the tabloid, is how Kim can enjoin the lawsuit to which she is not a party. The outlet then asserts Kanye West talked Kim out of getting involved in the case because, with a third child arriving via a surrogate, he wants his wife to "focus all of her attention on their family." The alleged insider concludes that Kris can try to change Kim's mind, but it "likely won't be happening."
Yes, it's very convenient how the supposed "source" used West and the unborn baby as an out for Kim ultimately not joining Rob and Kylie's lawsuit against Chyna. But the reality is, Kim cannot sue Chyna in the assault and vandalism case, because she's not a party to the alleged battery nor was she the affected by the purported property damage. She simply has nothing to do with it, and whether or not Chyna violated the terms of a non-disclosure agreement is meaningless because it's unrelated to Kylie and Rob's lawsuit.
Basically, In Touch made up the article and didn't have a legitimate legal argument to back up its bogus premise. Regardless, Gossip Cop still checked in with a Kim confidante and we're assured the tabloid's story in entirely "false." Of course, this is coming from the same magazine that has falsely reported on numerous occasions that Kim is filing for divorce from West. Perhaps it's time for the publication to find new and better Kardashian sources.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.