Blac Chyna will have to pay more than $58,000 to her former landlord, after a judge agreed to reduce the previous $72,000 charge.
Blac Chyna will have to pay more than $58,000 to her previous landlord.
The 32-year-old reality star was originally ordered to pay $72,000 to property manager Michael Kremerman in January this year, after she failed to respond to a lawsuit he filed when he sued her in April last year for overdue rent and damages to the home he rent to her.
Following the court’s decision, Chyna – who has seven-year-old kid Cairo with her ex Tyga, and three-year-old child Dream with previous partner Rob Kardashian – demanded Kremerman pay her the cash rather, declaring he fraudulently implicated her of not paying rent.
Nevertheless, on Friday (26.06.20), a California judge denied Chyna’s demand and agreed Kremerman in the case, although the judge did accept reduce the overall from $72,000 to $58,400.
Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, informed Page 6:”The judge reduced the amount to $58,400, but that did not change the fact that he denied Chyna the right to have her day in court against her former landlord.”
Ciani firmly insists that Chyna will appeal the court’s decision, as she declares Kremerman originally attempted to serve her his complaint at the wrong house.
The lawyer also claims the judge “enabled Chyna’s former property manager to take $58,400 from her personal bank account during the pandemic without proving his case against her”.
She added:” The judge denied Chyna’s claim that she used that cash in part to spend for food, clothes, and shelter for her and her 2 young children.”.
In Kremerman’s original filing, he required Chyna pay back the $48,546 she owed him in lease, and upped the worth to $72,000 when he also asked the judge to make Chyna cover his legal costs.
The former ‘Rob & Chyna’ star signed a 1 year lease for a six bedroom, five bathroom property in Studio City costing her $16,000 a month.
The contract was then extended up until March 31, 2019, but Chyna reportedly left the home in November 2018 – around the time she stopped paying the rent on the lease.