Blac Chyna Says Choking Rob Kardashian With a Phone Charger was a Joke, Asks to Have Charges Dismissed

One of my favorite pranks around The Blemish offices is to grab a phone cord, wrap it around one of my coworkers’ throats and just choke the life out of them. It’s just a fun joke, like the one Sollozo played on Luca Brasi in The Godfather.

Hollywood Life reports that Blac Chyna played this funny prank on Rob Kardashian during a fight and doesn’t understand why he’s being such a bitch about it, because it clearly wasn’t assault.

Blac Chyna, 31, according to her attorney, Lynne M. Ciani, is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed against her by ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, 32, saying that while his statement that she wrapped a phone charger around his neck is correct, she did not try to “strangle” him, as he claimed. Chyna, according to new court documents obtained by HollywoodLife on Feb. 12, told attorney Martin Singer in a September 2019 video testimony that she put the cord around Rob’s neck “jokingly, yeah,” during an alleged December 2016 fight. “And then after that, we had fun.” She also admitted to ripping Rob’s shirt that night, but couldn’t recall if it was before or after the phone charger incident.

See, just a friendly garroting, not any sort of assault or domestic abuse.

That’s why, as reported by Page Six, Chyna is requesting the charges against her thrown out.

“Chyna has submitted evidence to the court proving that she never committed assault and battery against Rob and that his case should be thrown out of court,” attorney Lynne M. Ciani said in a statement.

Her evidence, for course, is that she said it was a joke. Just like the time she pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him, via TMZ.

Chyna says Rob testified she pointed his gun at him, and told his friends she would kill him if he “messes up.” In her docs, BC says everyone knew it was a joke, and she had NO intention of pulling the trigger.

I mean, case closed, give this woman a medal.

The Amber Heard Award for Outstanding Feminism.

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