Blac Chyna Gets Baptized Post-Kardashian Trial: ‘Born Again’

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A new start. Blac Chyna is focused on “new beginnings” after losing her defamation trial against the Kardashian-Jenner family.

On Wednesday, May 11, the 34-year-old founder of 88 Fin posted a baptism video on Instagram in celebration of her birthday. The video shows Chyna, real name Angela White, in all white as she is dipped into a pool while a group of friends and family witnesses the ceremony.

“Born again on my birthday, 5/11/22 #newbeginnings,” she captioned the post.

The baptism comes just days after a jury ruled in favor of the Kardashians amid the parties’ years-long legal dispute, stating no monetary damages should be awarded to the Washington, D.C. native.

The famous family was sued by the model in a $100 million lawsuit in 2017. Rob & Chyna that she and ex-fiancé Rob KardashianThe marriage of Dream, a 5-year-old girl she shares with Cathy, was canceled.

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In the lawsuit, Chyna claimed that Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Khloé KardashianAnd Kim KardashianThey interfered with the future and used their influence to get rid of the E!network to end the series before it ends.

Last month, members the Kardashian-Jenner clan claimed that Chyna had abused their brothers while they were in court. In earlier filed documents, Rob, 35, alleged that Chyna intended to “inflict severe injury to me and I feared for my life” while also claiming that his ex attempted to choke him with an iPhone charging cord and pointed a loaded gun at his head.

Lashed Cosmetics owner, however, denied the allegations of abuse and downplayed any gun allegations as a joke.

According to a TMZReport, Chyna stated to the jury that Rob locked herself in a room with Chyna’s phone during an argument in December 2018. This caused her to become increasingly angry. She destroyed their television and a gingerbread house. She allegedly told Rob at the time: “Give me back my phone, give me back my property.”

Blac Chyna Says Shes Born Again After Getting Baptized Post Kardashian Trial

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The “Cash Only” performer further asserted that she had attempted to get Rob’s attention while he was playing a video game by wrapping the cell phone cord around his neck in a playful way, claiming there was no struggle.

Rob, for his part, confessed on the stand that their daughter, who was born in 2016, was conceived “out of spite” and that his relationship with Chyna “wasn’t real love.” The pair called it quits in July 2017.

He went on to allege that their rocky relationship happened when “I was probably at the worst place in my entire life, at my weakest, lowest point,” and that he “wasn’t thinking about stuff. My mind was just in a completely different place,” ahead of their split.

A judge dismissed the case earlier this month.

“On behalf of Kris, Kim, Khloé,And Kylie, we want to express our appreciation to the jury,” the Kardashian family’s counsel, Michael Rhodes and Michelle Doolin,In a statement to Us Weekly, he said the following: “We are also grateful for the steady hand of Judge Gregory Alarcon in making sure that this was a fair trial. The jury sent a clear message to Ms. White and her lawyer — I hope they are listening. Justice has prevailed.”

Chyna’s lawyer, Lyanne Ciani, had a different interpretation of the verdict. In a statement Use, Ciani argued that her client had not been given a fair trial, claiming that the judge had “committed reversible error” by introducing “a highly prejudicial, punitive, and baseless jury instruction that falsely state that Plaintiff had violated a court order regarding production of her financial records.”

Ciani also argued that the judge should have stepped in when the Kardashians’ legal team showed the revenge porn photos Rob posted of Chyna while she was testifying on the stand.

“We will appeal on the remaining questions,” the lawyer told the Associated Pressat the time the verdict was rendered.

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