Thursday, April 28, 2022

Former Manager Testifies AGAINST Blac Chyna

Back in 2016 Blac Chyna's manager, attorney Walter Mosley, unsuccessfully tried to help Chyna trademark the name Angela Kardashian [click here if you missed that].

Last week Moseley testified against Blac Chyna in her lawsuit against the Kardashian Klan...

Blac Chyna was never guaranteed a second season of E! reality series Rob & Chyna in her contract with the network, jurors in her defamation trial against the Kardashians have heard.
The reality star's former lawyer and manager testified in the Los Angeles trial Wednesday, telling the court that the network began filming season two of the series at the end of the show's first season before abruptly coming to a halt.
Under cross examination from Kardashian attorney Michael Rhodes, Walter Mosley acknowledged that Chyna, under her talent contract with E!, was never promised an additional season of the spinoff starring her and ex Rob Kardashian.
Mosley, who was also executive producer on the show, admitted that neither he nor Chyna, 33, had received written confirmation - a legal requirement in her original contract - from E! that there were plans for future production of the series.
E! never did greenlight a second season, said Mosley, who revealed he had negotiated a $100,000 'kill fee' for Chyna, plus another $370,000 contract for her to film four episodes of Keeping up with the Kardashians in a Rob and Chyna storyline within KUWTK.
Chyna has disputed signing such a contract and in an earlier declaration raised today by Rhodes - in which she was asked if she thought Mosely and an agent 'did something wrong' in getting her into the deal - she replied: 'Absolutely.'
Mosley also told the jury today that his observations of her relationship with Rob were that it was 'loving and wonderful.'
He attended the couple's engagement party where, he said, 'Rob told me he was happy.'

Fun Fact: Walter Mosley was also behind Amber Rose's failed attempt to take over the Ace of Diamonds strip club in West Hollywood by trying to trademark their name and logo behind the real owner's back [click here if you missed that].