Kris Jenner testified in a Los Angeles court on Thursday, April 21, where she claimed that Black Chyna, Rob Kardashian’s ex, once threatened to kill her daughter, Kylie Jenner.
While on the stand, the reality star said that she was “alarmed” a few years ago when Kylie and then-boyfriend Tyga, informed her regarding the alleged threat by Chyna. According to Kris, Tyga told her several times that Chyna allegedly tried to hurt him with a knife.
The momager testified, “Of course it was alarming but we just kept it in the family.” She told the jury that they didn’t inform the police about the alleged incident. She added, “They lived across the street and she [Chyna] had a young child. I think we were more concerned about the Tyga situation.”
Chyna and Tyga dated each other from 2011 to 2014 and they share a nine-year-old son King. Meanwhile, Tyga was in an on-and-off relationship with Kylie from 2014 to 2017. In 2016, Chyna and Rob started dating each other and they have a daughter, Dream, 5.
Meanwhile, Chyna revealed during her testimony on Wednesday that she and Tyga were still in a relationship when Kylie started seeing him in 2014.
When Lynne Ciani, Chyna’s lawyer, asked Kris if it bothered her that Rob got into a relationship with Chyna, who allegedly threatened her daughter, she answered, “I didn’t have much of a reaction. There was just a lot of drama … and I’m used to that in my family.”
She continued, “It happened so fast, and we didn’t know where their [Rob and Chyna’s] relationship was going to go. It wasn’t that I was not concerned. They had a rocky relationship from the start … but I love second chances and I wanted them to win.”
She added, “I just wanted my son to be happy. I wanted a win for them. … You hope for the best and move on.”
Chyna, who’s suing Kris and her daughters Kim, Khloe, and Kylie for $40 million for loss of earnings and over $60 million in future earnings, claimed that they used their power to ruin her reputation and prevent her from having financial opportunities. She alleged that they “conspired” to prevent “Rob & Chyna” from having a second season.
On Thursday, Ciani asked the momager if she could recall talking with a network executive about being unhappy of the former couple’s relationship. Kris admitted that she might have said something but explained, “But I really wanted Chyna to grow and be the best version of herself.”
Kris also testified that she negotiated a $200,000-deal for a seventh episode of “Rob & Chyna” which featured the birth of her granddaughter at the hospital. She added, “I put that in a bank account for Dream. It’s in a trust, earning interest.”