• Blac Chyna's lawyer claimed the Kardashians were "gaslighting" when they testified about a 2016 fight between Chyna and Rob Kardashian
  • The lawyer argued that the fight was not a "murderous attack" as Kris Jenner had testified
  • The Kardashian family's lawyer said it was Chyna who damaged her own reputation, not his clients

Blac Chyna's lawyer has accused the Kardashians of allegedly "gaslighting" the jurors in the ongoing trial of the model's defamation and contract interference case against the famous family.

In her closing argument Thursday, Chyna's attorney Lynne Ciani asked jurors to "use their common sense," alleging that Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian were "gaslighting" when they each took the stand over the last week and a half and testified about the alleged details of a December 2016 fight between Rob Kardashian and Chyna, Page Six reported.

Chyna — whose legal name is Angela White — alleged that the Kardashians conspired in 2017 to get her spinoff show with Rob Kardashian, "Rob & Chyna," canceled.

The model's complaint alleged that Kris and her daughters lied when they told E! executives that Chyna assaulted Rob during the 2016 fight because they wanted the network to cancel a second season of the reality show. It further alleged that Season 2 had already begun filming before the plug was pulled.

Chyna's lawyer argued Thursday that the fight between Rob and Chyna was not a "murderous attack" as Kris had testified earlier this week.

"If [Rob] truly believed Chyna had tried to murder him, would he have left his daughter in the house? Use your common sense," Ciani was quoted by Insider as telling jurors, referring to the former couple's 5-year-old daughter Dream.

Ciani said Rob testified that there were no marks on his body, and his claims that his life was threatened were not credible.

"Let’s forget that this is a famous family," Ciani said. "For a person to claim that his fiancée struck him with a metal pole … but there were no marks in his body … no phone calls to police, not even a band-aid … that person is not credible."

The lawyer's closing drew heavily from texts and emails sent by the Kardashian-Jenner sisters to producers and network executives in which the reality stars expressed their opposition to Rob and Chyna's relationship and the continuation of the exes' show, according to Insider.

She also quoted an email from former E! network executive Jeff Olde in which he told colleagues in reference to "Rob & Chyna" that "if the show does not go forward, it's the family's decision, not the network's."

Chyna's lawyer claimed the model was not aware of the Kardashian-Jenners' pleas with the network and Bunim Murray, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and "Rob & Chyna's" production company. Ciani also claimed that her client never signed an amended E! contract with a $100,000 kill fee.

"There was a show! There was filming! There was a budget! Anything else is gaslighting," Ciani said.

Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation that makes one question their own sanity, according to Page Six.

Attorney Michael G. Rhodes, who represents the Kardashian-Jenner family, said in his closing arguments that it was Chyna who damaged her own reputation. He argued that his clients tried to save "Rob & Chyna" and offered her the opportunity to film episodes on "KUWTK" while the now-exes tried to work on their relationship.

He also pointed out that Chyna's former attorney Walter Mosley testified that "Rob & Chyna" Season 2 had never been officially picked up by the network and that three network executives testified that there could be no season because Chyna and Rob could barely stand to be in the same room following their 2017 split.

Rhodes added that Chyna's belief that the reality show was only about her was the crux of the case.

"It was about both of them … and it was a bad relationship. It's not necessarily Mr. Kardashian's fault or Ms. White's [Chyna]. For some reason, they didn't work … and there was a point where it became grim, dark and heavy," Rhodes told the jury.

Jury deliberations in Chyna's lawsuit — which seeks $100 million in damages from the Kardashian family — kick off Friday.

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Caitlyn Jenner has not spent much time with the Kardashians recently. From left: Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Caitlyn Jenner and Kylie Jenner are pictured attending Kanye West Yeezy Season 3 on Feb. 11, 2016 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images