Kylie Jenner Testifies Tyga Told Her Blac Chyna Slashed Him With A Knife

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In court on Monday, Kylie Jenner testified that she warned brother Rob about Blac Chyna when he started dating her, saying Tyga had claimed she pulled a knife on him.

When Kylie took the stand, Blac Chyna’s lawyer asked the Kardashian to describe her relationship with Blac Chyna, which Kylie described as not even that of close friends. She went on to say that her ex, Tyga, who shares a child with Chyna, had once shown her a scar on his arm that was six inches long, and claimed to her that the wound had been inflicted by Chyna.

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The questioning continued, and Kylie told the court other things that Tyga had told her, including that Chyna had abused drugs and alcohol. This abuse, he said, was allegedly the cause of the knife attack that left him permanently scarred.

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While Kylie brought her concerns to her brother when he started dating Blac Chyna, she said that in the end, the decision was up to him.

Kylie said in court on Monday, “I felt it was my duty to express my concerns, but ultimately it was up to him.”

When she was asked whether or not she thought that Chyna had really been in love with Rob, Kylie said, “I just felt maybe me dating the father of her child had something to do with it.” When asked if Chyna had dated Rob out of spite for Kylie, the woman simply replied, “Maybe.”

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This is only the second week of testimony for the case of Chyna vs. Kardashian, and so far those who have taken the stand are Kris, Chyna herself, and Kylie. 

Kim Kardashian, meanwhile, was nowhere to be seen in court on Monday, as she is currently in Washington D.C. with boyfriend Pete Davidson.

Another notable absence was Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni, who was banned from the courtroom after seemingly threatening the judge and verbally censuring the Kardashians. Tokyo Toni later claimed that the threat was aimed at Kris Jenner, and not the judge presiding over the case.