Thursday, June 20, 2019

Blac Chyna’s ex-lover, Pilot Jones sues her and Rob Kardashian for $2m

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are reportedly being sued for over $2million following their alleged cyberbullying of her ex Pilot Jones.

It was revealed in March that the model, 30, and her reclusive ex-fiancé Rob have been accused of ruining his life after they 'leaked' his private phone number online.

TMZ report that the complainant, real name Justin C. Jones, has filed new legal documents with the eye-popping sum, which include $500,000 (£393,000) for emotional distress and $250,000 (£200,000) for fracturing his family.

New legal documents in the explosive case add further sums to Pilot wanting a further $250,000 (£200,000)  medical expenses and $600,000 (£470,000) in lost earnings. He is also filing for $7,200 (£5,700) for his trip to Louisiana after the attack.

According to documents, Jones, a Louisiana-born entertainer, informed a court on February 27 that his former lover has been handed legal papers by a process server.

Jones claimed that the server located Chyna at her Woodland Hills home and she has now been 'served', meaning she will have to respond to the allegations in court.

In the lawsuit, Jones accused the former couple of publicly exposing him as bisexual and releasing his private phone number in retaliation to a leaked picture of him making out with Chyna.

Jones, who denied leaking the picture, went on to claim that he began to receive threatening messages after they released information about him online.

In the earlier documents, the stunned entertainer went on to accuse the couple of 'ruining his life' and attempted suicide after the incident.

It is believed Chyna and Kardashian are yet to file an official answer to the allegations made against them in the lawsuit. In the past, Jones previously told US Weekly that he and Chyna had grown 'really close' romantically 'around the end of 2015'.