AceShowbiz - Blac Chyna accused the Kardashian family of conspiring to cancel her reality show in a new lawsuit.
In legal documents obtained by TMZ, the 30-year-old model accused family members, including matriarch Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian, of threatening to pull their hugely successful reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians from E! if the network did not cancel her show "Rob & Chyna".
The mother-of-two also claimed that filming for the second season of the show, in which she starred with her ex-fiance Rob Kardashian, was underway when it was cancelled, and the show "outperformed" Keeping Up with the Kardashians' ratings.
Chyna alleged that a "key meeting" took place in January last year between the Kardashian family and E! executives, which ultimately led to "Rob & Chyna" being scrapped.
She also accused the famous reality show family of "falsely" claiming that the alleged physical abuse of Rob contributed to the show's demise.
Chyna has requested paperwork from the family and E! that she believes will prove her accusations, TMZ reports.
The ongoing legal battle between the former stripper and the world's most famous family has rumbled on since October.
Chyna originally filed the lawsuit against Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and Rob Kardashian, accusing the trio of defamation, after they alleged that she left Dream at home while she went to a party.
The Kardashians have dismissed the claims as "bald conclusions that have no factual support."
Earlier this month, the presiding judge on the case urged Chyna to provide written proof that the channel was under obligation to make a second series of "Rob & Chyna".
In documents obtained by the news outlet, the judge allegedly said, "the network had every right, under the contract - which Chyna signed - to NOT continue the series," and added of her allegation, "that's not enough, though, and Chyna will need something in writing to prove E! was obligated."
"Rob and Chyna" started dating in January 2016, and became engaged months later. They welcomed their daughter Dream that November and finally split in February 2017 after a tumultuous year.