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Blac Chyna Has To Pay Her Landlord $58k After Court Ruling


Blac Chyna probably won’t be seeing that $70,000 she wanted from her landlord.

On Friday, a California judge denied the 32-year-old’s request for thousands of dollars in damages and ruled she must pay landlord Michael Kremerman, according to court documents obtained by Page Six. The judge also denied Chyna a hearing in regard to the decision.

“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,” Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, told Page Six.

The decisions against Chyna came about a month after she demanded Kremerman fork over the hefty fees, claiming he fraudulently accused her of not paying rent when he first sued her in April 2019. In the lawsuit, Kremerman also accused Chyna of allegedly damaging the rental property and bailing on the lease five months early.

In January 2020, a judge ordered Chyna to pay Kremerman $72,000 because she failed to respond to the lawsuit.

Speaking out against Friday’s decision on behalf of Chyna, Ciani added the “Seen Her” singer “proved” that Kremerman attempted to serve her his complaint at the wrong house and in New York and despite being improperly served, the judge “allowed Chyna’s former landlord to take $58,400 from her personal bank account during the coronavirus pandemic without proving his case against her.

“The judge denied Chyna‘s claim that she used that money in part to pay for food, clothes, and shelter for her and her two young children,” Ciani’s statement continued, referencing Chyna’s son King Cairo and daughter Dream.

That Judge said .... GTFOH ....

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