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Blac Chyna’s Rob Kardashian ‘Revenge Porn Trial’ Begins June 13

The stage is set for another courtroom showdown between Blac Chyna and Kardashian next month in Los Angeles, just weeks after the reality model star lost her defamation case.

This time, 34-year-old Chyna takes on Kim Kardashian’s younger brother Rob Kardashian – her ex-fiancé – whom she accuses of posting nude photos of her online in “revenge porn” after their split.

The couple’s volatile and short-lived relationship was documented in 2016 by E! Reality series Rob & Chyna, a spin-off of the hit series Keeping up with the Kardashians.

Rob, 35, who shares five-year-old daughter Dream with Chyna, was not in court Thursday when Judge Gregory Alarcon set the revenge porn trial date for June 13.

Blac Chyna is set to return to court for another lawsuit against the Kardashian family, weeks after failing to sue them for defamation

Blac Chyna is set to return to court for another lawsuit against the Kardashian family, weeks after failing to sue them for defamation

The 34-year-old reality star is suing her ex Rob Kardashian, 35 (pictured in 2016), claiming he posted

The 34-year-old reality star is suing her ex Rob Kardashian, 35 (pictured in 2016), claiming he posted “revenge porn” photos of her online after the split

Chyna, 34 – real name Angela White – was also absent from the hearing, although her attorney Lynne Ciani was present for her via audio link.

Ciani is currently fighting to get Judge Alarcon fired from the upcoming case and claims he was “extremely biased” towards Chyna during their latest court battle, a defamation lawsuit against Kim Kardashian, her sisters Khloe and Kylie and mother Kris Jenner, whom she lost been last month.

Ciani and the judge bumped into each other frequently during that earlier trial, but today their interaction during the brief hearing was cordial.

In the highly publicized two-week trial, which ended May 2, the Kardashian women were accused of slandering Chyna and voiding their contract with Rob and Chyna with the E! network, which resulted in the show being canceled after just one season.

While the jury did not fully clear the billionaire clan, they also did not believe Chyna deserved damages and did not award her anything.

The mother of two was looking for $108 million.

After the case, a GoFundMe page was launched that aimed to raise $400,000 to pay for Chyna’s legal fees. In more than two weeks, it has raised the grand total of $1,331, around 0.3%.

After the devastating court defeat, Ciani filed a “disqualification statement” against Judge Alarcon to remove him – claiming the judge’s “extreme bias and unlawful decision” meant Chyna “did not receive a fair trial.”

Rob, who shares five-year-old daughter Dream Kardashian with Chyna, was previously featured with his family on their reality TV series and social events, but has retired from the spotlight for the past five years

Rob and daughter Dream, 5, in a vintage Instagram photo

Rob, who shares five-year-old daughter Dream Kardashian (right) with Chyna, used to be featured with his family on her reality TV series and social events, but has retired from the spotlight for the past five years

Chyna accused the Kardashians of planning to cancel the couple's hit reality show Rob & Chyna, which aired for one season in 2016

Chyna accused the Kardashians of planning to cancel the couple’s hit reality show Rob & Chyna, which aired for one season in 2016

She asked that the Chief Justice of the LA Superior Court or another judge disqualify him.

But Judge Alarcon refused to refer the matter up, opting instead to order Giani’s motion “allowed” — denied — saying that “the disqualification statement, on the face of it, reveals no legal grounds for disqualification.”

And he included a statement that said: “I am not biased or prejudiced against or in favor of any party to this proceeding or their counsel.

“All of the decisions I have made in this lawsuit are based on facts and arguments officially presented to me and my understanding of the law.”

Ciani attacked the judge’s ruling, telling DailyMail.com: “Judge Alarcon did not allow the presiding judge or any other judge to rule in plaintiff’s (Chyna) comprehensive and meritorious disqualification statement…

“An impartial judge would have allowed another Los Angeles Superior Court judge to review plaintiff’s disqualification statement and determine for himself whether Judge Alarcon should have been disqualified.

Chyna lost her $108 million lawsuit last month, in which she accused the Kardashians of defamation and

Chyna lost her $108 million lawsuit last month, in which she accused the Kardashians of defamation and “willful interference with contracts” that caused her to lose money on television, in-person appearances, and “influencing” through social media .

Kim, Kylie Jenner, Khloe and her mother, family matriarch Kris Jenner, were all named as defendants in the original case

Kim, Kylie Jenner, Khloe and her mother, family matriarch Kris Jenner, were all named as defendants in the original case

“Instead, the biased judge ruled that he was not biased, once again depriving Angela White (Chyna’s real name) of justice.”

Ciani has threatened to go to the California Circuit Court of Appeals to get Judge Alarcon to stay the upcoming revenge porn trial.

Meanwhile, Michael Rhodes, the attorney who represented the Kardashian women in their victory over Chyna two weeks ago, condemned Ciani’s request to disqualify Judge Alarcon, calling it “a baseless attempt to save face after he was in court.” had lost”.

And he criticized Ciani’s move as “without any legal basis to disqualify Judge Alarcon from presiding over further matters in this lawsuit.”

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Jon Brown

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