Blac Chyna's mother Tokyo Toni claims Kardashians are 'violent' family

Blac Chyna’s mother Tokyo Toni claims Kardashians are ‘violent’ family outside defamation trial and refutes claims that she and her daughter are ‘crazy people’

  • Tokyo Toni claims the Kardashians are trying to paint her and her daughter, model Blac Chyna, as ‘crazy people’ 
  • The family has alleged that Chyna has violent tendencies and beat their brother, Rob Kardashian, with a metal rod while the pair were dating
  • Tokyo refuted the claims, alleging the Kardashians ‘are the most violent people’
  • She claims their television show proves their violence and disrespect for others
  • Chyna is suing Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner for defamation, alleging they conspired to cast her as a violent abuser
  •  The model is seeking $108m in damages

Blac Chyna’s mother branded the Kardashians as a ‘violent’ family that is trying to paint her and her daughter as ‘crazy people’ at Chyna’s ongoing defamation trial. 

‘I mean they are the most violent people,’ Tokyo Toni said of the Kardashian-Jenner family while standing outside a Los Angeles courthouse where her daughter’s defamation trial was underway on Thursday. ‘You can turn it on and see.’

‘Any of them, all of them,’ she argued, noting how Kris Jenner’s adult daughters are often seen disrespecting her on their family show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Tokyo, seemingly hinting at her social media rant that resulted in her removal from the courtroom, also denounced the accusations that she and Chyna are ‘crazy people’.

‘They are the most violent people. They have me and her like we’re these crazy people, no we’re just standing up for our rights,’ Tokyo stated. ‘Doing what we’re supposed to do as real people. It has nothing to do with race, color. None of that. It’s what’s right.’

Chyna, 33, is suing Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner for defamation, alleging they conspired to cast her as a violent abuser of her former fiancé Rob Kardashian to ruin her television career.

Tokyo, 55, was banned from attending the hearings hours after jury selection began when she took to Instagram Live detailing what went down in the courtroom. She also allegedly said ‘those b**ches ugly’ when referring to the Kardashian-Jenners.

The Kardashians’ lawyer presented Tokyo’s comments to the courtroom the next day, alleging she had threatened the family and that ‘Ms. Jenner was worried about her physical safety.’

Blac Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, branded the Kardashians as a ‘violent’ family Thursday while standing outside the courthouse where her daughter’s defamation trial was underway

Tokyo also said the Kardashians are trying to paint her and Chyna (pictured Thursday) as ‘crazy people’

Tokyo’s commentary comes just two days after Chyna’s defamation trial heard testimony that the model had allegedly beaten Rob Kardashian with a metal rod.

Rob, 35, testified Tuesday that he feared for his life on a night in 2016 when Chyna, his then-fiancée, pointed a gun at his head, pulled a phone-charging cable around his neck and repeatedly hit him with a metal rod while under the influence of substances.

He said the coupling was ‘toxic’ from the start, and that Chyna beat him at least five times during the year-long relationship. 

‘She strangled me, she put a gun to my head twice, she was on cocaine and alcohol,’ Kardashian said, his voice rising nearly to a shout in a Los Angeles courtroom as Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani sought to cast doubt on the attack and its severity.

‘Strangling someone, beating someone, that’s not a family,’ he said. ‘That’s not love to me.’

He told the courtroom that he felt in retrospect that the couple’s love was never real, and that he had been at the ‘weakest, worst point’ in his life when their relationship began in January 2016.

‘I mean they are the most violent people,’ Tokyo (pictured Thursday) said of the Kardashian-Jenner family. ‘You can turn it on and see. Any of them, all of them.’

Blac Chyna (not pictured) is suing (pictured left to right) Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner,  Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner for defamation

Rob’s sister, Kim Kardashian, echoed the tale, claiming that she remembered him being ‘so emotional and upset’ after the alleged attack.

The E! Network, which aired both Keeping up with the Kardashians, and its spinoff Rob and Chyna, paid Chyna $370,000 to film four episodes of KUWTK after season one of the latter show ended.

But that deal was inked without consulting the Kardashians, said Kim who protested in an email that at E!, ‘Nobody listens to us…No one respects us’, the court heard. 

She then reportedly urged her sisters in a text to ‘get on the phone today’ with E! executives following the December 2016 fight.

‘I was upset that Rob was so emotional and upset,’ the Kim, 41, explained to jurors at Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday. ‘I remember trying to be supportive of my brother – he was being so emotional.’

‘It’s all such a blur,’ she said, remembering that her brother, Rob, ‘looked red and puffy and exhausted and drained.’

Kim added: ‘It was our show and she’s not a family member.’

Khloé Kardashian, 37, confirmed her sister’s allegations on Tuesday, testifying that she too was worried about ‘something crazy happening down the line’ if there were a second season of the KUWTK spin-off. 

‘I know it was a metal rod. I saw red indentations on my brother’s neck,’ Khloé recalled, adding that her family had ‘no control’ of whether E! would cancel Chyna’s contract – a claim later confirmed by Adam Stotsky, the former president of the network.

‘With all due respect to [the Kardashians], they do not have the authority to kill Rob and Chyna, only E! has the power to do that,’ Stotsky said in court.

 ‘They are the most violent people. They have me and her like we’re these crazy people, no we’re just standing up for our rights,’ Tokyo stated Thursday. She is pictured with Chyna on Wednesday

Judge Gregory W. Alarcon dismissed a motion from Chyna’s attorney to allow her to take the stand again after she got upset after being shown a nude photo during cross-examination. Chyna is pictured in court on April 19

Kylie Jenner, 24, also testified to Chyna’s alleged violent tendencies, telling the jury on Monday that she expressed concerns to her brother Rob about his new girlfriend and soon-to-be reality TV co-star when they started dating in January 2016.

The beauty mogul claimed she heard Chyna had a tendency to abuse drugs and alcohol and become violent and had gotten a possible glimpse of it herself.

‘I felt it was my duty to express my concerns, but ultimately it was up to him,’ Kylie recalled, noting her brother didn’t heed her warnings and continued with the relationship.

Both Chyna and Kylie had previous relationships with the rapper Tyga, and Chyna had a child with him. 

Kylie alleged that Tyga told her dark stories of his time with Chyna and showed her a 6-inch knife scar he said she gave him while abusing drugs and alcohol.

Kim Kardashian, sketched in court last week, testified on Tuesday that she was uncomfortable filming scenes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians with Blac Chyna after she allegedly hit her brother, Rob, with a metal rod

Kourtney Kardashian, Blac Chyna and Kim Kardashian are pictured in the center in a photo Kim posted to her Instagram

The model also claimed that while dating Tyga, she had received at least one threatening text message from Chyna.

‘From what I remember she sent me a bunch of devil emojis, and said something like ‘counting down the days’ until she could beat me or something,’ Kylie shared. ‘I didn’t report it, because I assumed they were empty threats.’

She also said didn’t trust that Chyna’s love was genuine.

‘I felt like me dating the father of her child had something to do with it, and maybe she was out with my brother for other reasons?’

Still, she said, she was cautiously optimistic after they announced in April 2016 that they were getting engaged, and said in May that they were having a baby together.

‘I was happy for my brother at the time,’ Kylie said, ‘but just curious how it would go.’

Chyna  pictured here on Wednesday, is seeking $108million in damages, charging the Kardashians with defamation and ‘intentional interference with contract’ that led to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians spinoff being canceled

Khloe, 37, (far left) and  Kim Kardashian, 41 (second from left), and younger sister Kylie Jenner, 24, (second from right) with their mother, family matriarch Kris Jenner, 66, (far right) are all named defendants in the case. They are pictured in court on April 19

Judge Gregory W. Alarcon, who is residing over the defamation trial, made the decision Thursday afternoon to move on to closing arguments after denying Chyna’s bid to redo her testimony against the Kardashians.

The model had became upset and walked off the stand during her testimony last week when she was shown a nude photo of herself during cross-examination. 

The photo had appeared in a restraining order she received against Rob in 2017.

The Kardashians’ attorney showed her the document with the photo during his questioning of her. The judge said both sides agreed to all the exhibits, including the restraining order, before the trial.

Rob Kardashian testified that Blac Chyna ‘strangled me, she put a gun to my head twice, she was on cocaine and alcohol’. The former couple are pictured together at the Tropicana Las Vegas in May 2016

Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani said she didn’t agree to it in that form, stating: ‘I emphatically insisted that the naked photo not be presented to the plaintiff.’

The photo is central to another trial that will begin soon after this one concludes. Chyna is suing Rob over it, alleging he posted it online out of retribution.

After he denied Chyna’s to take the stand again, Alarcon began reading the jury instructions in the case late Thursday morning. 

Closing arguments were expected to begin, and be completed, in the afternoon. 

Chyna is charging the Kardashians with defamation and ‘intentional interference with contract’ that led to the KUWTK spinoff being canceled and is seeking $108million in damages. She claims she the decision resulted in $44million in past lost revenues and $64million in future.

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