The Rake It Up video vixen's street sighting came after TMZ reported that she was "suing the entire Kardashian family for using their power to squash" the second season of her E! spin-off. The lawsuit stated that the network, the production company and the reality stars were set to film the second season until the Kardashians influenced E! to cancel the show after the first season.
The lawsuit also includes assault and battery claims, which stem from Chyna's allegation that Rob had physically abused her on multiple occasions during their relationship.
Now, the mother-of-two is suing the "vindictive" family who she believes are trying to destroy her. According to the model, Rob grabbed her phone, knocked her to the ground and tore the bedroom door off its hinges.
Blac Chyna has filed a lawsuit against her ex's entire family.
The Kardashian lawyer, Shawn Holley, said "we have witness statements and other evidence which will demonstrate conclusively that it is Chyna - not Rob who is the violent and aggressive abuser".
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While the family weren't expecting to be named as defendants en masse, "this is how they know Chyna - she is dramatic and will do everything to still be attached to the Kardashian name".
The whole incident left Chyna with "pain and difficulty walking for days", according to the lawsuit.
In addition to Rob Kardashian, the suit also names his mother Kris Jenner and sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner. Legal documents filed by Chyna and obtained by Us Weekly also reference Rob's July Instagram rant, in which he posted naked photos of her without her permission and accused her of cheating on him.
'They just want the drama to stop.
The sources say Rob actually had an appointment that day with the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services, which had an open case against Chyna.