Kardashian family ask Blac Chyna to pay more than $390k after she loses lawsuit

The Kardashians are said to have requested that Blac Chyna, 34, pay them $390,000 (£324,000) which the model allegedly owes them.

Blac Chyna, real name Angela Renée White, started dating Rob Kardashian, 35, in 2016, with the pair getting engaged just three months later.

They went on to welcome their daughter Dream, now five, in November 2016, but it’s thought they went their separate ways shortly before her arrival.

After ending things with the notoriously aloof Kardashian sibling, Blac Chyna sued the family for over $100,000 million after alleging that they destroyed her short-lived television career.

The model, who also dated Kylie Jenner’s ex Tyga for a number of years, had a TV show with Rob, titled Rob & Chyna, but it was cancelled after one season.

While Blac Chyna says the Kardashian’s cancelled the show, Rob’s attorney said it was down to the breakdown of their romantic relationship.

In light of the Kardashians winning the two week-long trial last month, they’re now said to be seeking over $390,000 (£324,000) in expensed legal fees from Rob’s ex.

As per documents obtained by Rolling Stone, the requested costs on the lower end covers things such as filing and motion fees, jury fees, and service of process, while higher end costs were around $20,000 in court reporter fees, and a whopping $184,000 in models, enlargements, and photocopies of exhibits, to name a few.

The family have not requested Blac Chyna pay for their attorney fees.

Announcing that they’d sided with the famous family at the end of the court case, the jury said that they found the Kardashians as not guilty of defamation.

The jury also said that Kris, 66, Kim, 41, Khloe, 37, and 24 year old Kylie's conduct was not a "substantial factor" in causing the model "actual harm".

Speaking at the Met Gala after the ordeal, Kris said she was “glad” it was over.

Speaking to Variety's Marc Malkin about the verdict, she said: “I'm just happy it's over.”

Momager Kris admitted that the most difficult part of the legal ordeal had simply been having to "go through it", but she relied on religion to do so.

"Pray, I live in my faith and just hope, you know, that's enough," the star shared.

She continued: "And yeah, I'm glad it's over and I'm glad it's over for the girls. And we're here tonight to celebrate."

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