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On Friday, Kris Jenner took the stand for the second day in the $100M defamation trial brought on by Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian's ex-fiance.


Chyna sued the Kardashian family in 2017, claiming they ended her reality TV career. She has accused Jenner, who's also the grandmother of her and Kardashian's daughter Dream, of being the who planned to remove Chyna from E! 's airwaves because the famous family had a vendetta against her.

Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, says the Kardashian-Jenners are responsible for canceling Season 2 of "Rob & Chyna," which aired on E! for one season in 2016. But Jenner says there was nothing to cancel because the show was never renewed.

Jenner also testified that she was "traumatized" by Blac Chyna pulling a gun on her son, Rob Kardashian.

When Lynne Ciani, Chyna's attorney, asked Jenner why she didn't call Chyna about the exes' fight on Dec. 14, 2016, Jenner insisted she was shaken up over Kim Kardashian being tied up and robbed in Paris just weeks prior.

According to the Kar-Jenners, Chyna attacked Rob that night into the following morning, strangling him with a cell phone charging cord, hitting him with a metal rod, and pointing a gun at his head in what Jenner viewed as an attempt to kill her son.

"She tried to put a gun to his head," Jenner said while on the verge of tears. "My daughter, 60 days prior, was put in a tub, robbed at gunpoint … I was traumatized by this. My daughter was almost killed."
"Chyna said it was a joke … the gun pulled on my son's head was a joke. I was traumatized …, and it's not a joke," Jenner continued, her voice booming in the courtroom.

Chyna has denied the allegations, saying that while she did hold the cord around his neck "jokingly," she wasn't trying to "strangle him" and did not point the gun, which she said was unloaded, at Rob's head.

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