Since 2017, Blac Chyna and the Kardashians have been entangled in a lawsuit surrounding claims that the family had interfered with her E! reality show, "Rob & Chyna," by making false accusations. Now, new details have emerged in the legal action that also takes aim at NBC executives.

Previously, Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, had indicated that producers canceled her show based on statements made by Rob Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. At that time, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" cast members had sued Chyna for battery after alleging that she had attempted to choke Rob "with a phone charger cord."

According to Page Six, Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, alleged that the network never told the reality star or her team about the specific allegations that were made by the Kardashians.

They also stated that they believed it would have been handled differently if Chyna had been white, saying that the issue never would have escalated if that had been the case as they believe Jenner's claim "either never would have been made in the first place or her false accusation would have been quickly investigated by E! and NBCUniversal and proven false." This follows former "America's Got Talent" judge Gabrielle Union recently filing a complaint surrounding racism that she says exists behind the scenes.

When speaking about the suit, Ciani stated that her client had not been informed that Kris Jenner had "secretly accused her of severely beating Rob." She then added that unbeknownst to Chyna, members of the Kardashaian-Jenner family successfully convinced those behind the scenes at E! that Season 2 of "Rob & Chyna" should be canceled after holding an "emergency meeting."

While discussing the matter, NBCUniversal executives were also accused of failing to invite Chyna to the aforementioned meeting. Ultimately, says the attorney, those in power at the network "never viewed the existing unaired Season 2 footage ... that conclusively proves that Kris Jenner lied when she claimed that Chyna had ‘beat the [expletive] out of Rob’s face.'”

This follows other hurdles that NBC has faced in recent months. including allegations that "documented sexual harassers" have remained in power after Andy Lack's decision to leave the network during a recent "massive corporate restructuring."

As for what the Kardashian-Jenners have to say about the new development, the family's attorney, Marty Singer, told TMZ that he believes Chyna's recent move was taken in order to "leverage the emotions and pain of the moment, insulting the pain and suffering of real victims of racial injustice and systemic racism."

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