Blac Chyna poses in purple faux fur coat as she appears unfazed about being sued for $48,000 rent - Dove Bulletin - Online News Bulletin

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Blac Chyna poses in purple faux fur coat as she appears unfazed about being sued for $48,000 rent

She's reportedly being sued for $48,000 of unpaid rent.

Blac Chyna shook off any woes as she stepped out in Calabasas, California, on Tuesday night.

The 30-year-old mother-of-two was striking in a purple pimp jacket, and bright blue contact lenses.

The former exotic dancer chose a white jumpsuit, and metallic heels.
She added a rainbow pastel Chanel quilted bag, as she stopped off for dinner in the exclusive suburb of Los Angeles.

The ex-girlfriend of Rob Kardashian - who recently figured out their custody arrangement for daughter Dream - sleeked her hair into a tight updo and wore a generous amount of make-up.

Chyna - whose real name is Angela White - worked things out with Rob so that he could stop paying her $20,000 a month in child support.
She now being sought after by her former landlord for breaking her lease, according to TMZ on Tuesday.

She is being sued for $48,000, for five months unpaid rent and damages to the property, claims the website.

According to the lawsuit, Chyna owes $55,546 for the 5 months of unpaid rent.
The landlord - who is Michael Kremerman according to The Blast, subtracted her $25k deposit, reports TMZ, but is claiming $18k in damages because she removed 'fixtures and equipment' from the home.

The total claim is for $48,546, according to the documents obtained by the tabloid, plus interest and attorney's fees.

Chyna reportedly bought a six-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom dream pad in Woodland Hills, California in October last year, according to TMZ at the time.
She appeared unphased by the lawsuit as she posed in her bathroom for Instagram on Tuesday.

Chyna shares son King, 6, with former fiance Tyga and is also mother to Dream, two, with ex Rob Kardashian.

Rob recently fought successfully to have his requirement to pay her $20,000 per month in child support removed.
'Angela the mother of my child whom I have a wonderful relationship with decided to drop the child support case because she felt it was in the best interest of our daughter,' he wrote in a public statement.

He and Chyna agreed to continue splitting custody 50/50, with each paying for Dream's needs when she's with them.
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