Khloe Kardashian went on the stand to give her testimony in her family’s latest legal woes with her Blac Chyna.
Khloe told the court that she felt that Blac Chyna’s potentially dangerous behavior would damage her family’s brand and that she questioned if she wanted to continue filming “Keeping Up with The Kardashians.”
During her testimony, she said she wanted to protect her brother from the “outrageous/chaotic/violent behavior” while he was in a relationship with Chyna, who is also the mother of his child. She also said, “we were all considering not being a part of such toxicity.”
There were also emails presented to the court that were allegedly sent by Khloe. One read, “We are even considering not moving forward with our show if theirs continues, that’s how strongly we feel this is damaging to our family.” In another email to E!, Khloe mentioned that Rob and Chyna’s relationship was potentially hurting the family brand.
Khloe didn’t deny sending out the emails but said she was referring to her brother and Chyna’s relationship and NOT their show, TMZ reported.
Kim Kardashian also testified Tuesday, but it wasn’t as exciting. She said she couldn’t remember a lot of the details that were being discussed but one alleged message she had sent read, “Chyna can never be on her show.”
Kim explained that message while on the stand, saying her texts are often made by using voice-dictated, and she meant to say “OUR show.”