Blac Chyna’s expressive mom banned from Kardashian trial, steals show with epic trash-talking

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The $100 million defamation suit against the Kardashians by model and reality television star Blac Chyna opened in Los Angeles on Tuesday but it was the plaintiff’s mother who made headlines for her antics on social media.

Shalana Hunter aka Tokyo Toni interjected herself into what was already a circus atmosphere when she posted a video to Instagram on Monday mocking the famous family and then, for good measure, after she was banned from the courtroom for making threats, made another Instagram video threatening the judge.

In the first video, Hunter who appeared to be rolling a joint ranted profanely, insulting the Kardashians as well as Kris and Kylie Jenner, slamming their physical appearances and attire, suggesting that they were drugged, and even compared Kris Jenner to a character from the slasher movie “Saw,” a diatribe that was brought up in court by the family’s lawyer, leading to the judge kicking her out of the trail.

Hunter didn’t take it lightly, lashing out at Judge Gregory W. Alarcon who is presiding over the case. “I’m gonna get that judge,” she reportedly said in her Tuesday morning Instagram video recorded outside of the courtroom.

The video that led to her being banned was scorching as she mocked members of the celebrity family, saying that Kim and Khloé Kardashian and the Jenners “looked scary” in real life and that they had “dips” in their faces in a profanity-riddled rant during which she also brought up the infamous sex tape.

(Video: Page Six)

“It’s just so sad. Then Khloé was shaking her f**king head off everything every juror said,” Hunter said. “You all right, b*tch? Did you have some Xanax or something before you got there, b*tch?”

“Kris had on a f***ing crusty a** tan suit with one button,” she said, likening her to a homeless person.

The video prompted their attorney, Michael Rhodes to tell the judge that “Ms. Jenner was worried about her physical safety,” leading to Hunter’s expulsion.

“I can’t control her mother,” lawyer Lynne Ciani who is representing Blac Chyna told the judge. “My client wants a fair trial. I already told her it was unacceptable and she can’t be in the courtroom.”

The lawsuit, which was filed in 2017 by Blac Chyna whose real name is Angela Renée White, alleges that the four Kardashians conspired with NBC Universal to cancel her reality show “Rob & Chyna,” spreading claims that she physically assaulted Rob Kardashian, her ex-fiancé in a 2016 domestic incident, claims which White insists were defamatory.

(Video: Fox 11 Los Angeles)

The trial had already drawn attention for the negative perception of potential jurors to the Kardashians with one man being quoted by the Associated Press as saying, “Anything that has to do with their names is just a big no for me” and “I don’t think reality TV is good for society.”

The trial will continue on Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.


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