Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna reach settlement in their trial

Reality star Rob Kardashian and his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna have settled their lengthy revenge porn saga just as the case was about to go to court.

Kardashian’s attorney, Michael G. Rhodes, confirmed Monday that the former “Rob & Chyna” stars, who share a 5-year-old daughter, on the same day jury selection at the Los Angeles trial was due to begin reached a settlement agreement.

“I can confirm that it is settled, but the terms are not public,” he said in an email to the Times on Monday.

The deal comes after negotiations to reach an agreement reportedly collapsed last week. As of Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Gregory W. Alarcon denied Kardashian’s request to “enforce” a settlement that Chyna’s attorney said “never existed.”

Chyna, 34, sued Kardashian, 35, in 2017 after he posted multiple nude photos of her to social media, which she says damaged her reputation and ability to conduct business.

Kardashian’s legal team had claimed that Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, would drop the revenge porn lawsuit if Kardashian could help her avoid a separate pending lawsuit from Chyna’s former boyfriend Justin Jones alleging that Jones Chyna caused emotional distress.

The model and former stripper originally sued Kardashian – the son of Robert Kardashian, the late OJ Simpson defense attorney – and several members of his family in 2017 for tortious interference and defamation, amid allegations that the family tried to steal the E! Canceled reality series.

Chyna had named Rob Kardashian as the main defendant in that lawsuit, but differences in their allegations against him — like revenge porn — prompted a judge in 2020 to share that part of the case.

Chyna lost her lawsuit against Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner and his siblings Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner last month after days of emotional testimony that drew back the curtain on how the powerful family worked. But her case against her ex remained.

A representative for Blac Chyna did not immediately respond to Times requests for comment Monday. Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna reach settlement in their trial

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