Blac Chyna’s mom’s $1M lawsuit against Wendy Williams dismissed
Blac Chyna’s mother’s $1 million lawsuit against Wendy Williams, in which she claimed the sharp-tongued talk-show host made comments that caused her “stress and depression,” has been dismissed.
A judge told Chyna’s mom Tokyo Toni, whose real name is Shalana Jones-Hunter, in February that if she failed to prove she had served Williams with the lawsuit the case would be dismissed, according to The Blast. By April 10, Williams apparently hadn’t yet been served, so the judge dismissed Toni’s lawsuit, which claimed defamation of character, slander and harassment.
Toni, who was representing herself, didn’t show up to court to face the judge, The Blast reported.
The celebrity mom claimed in her handwritten lawsuit that the constant “negative light” Williams cast upon her caused her to lose sleep and affected her relationship, claiming it has been “compromised due to [Williams’] lies.”
She also claimed Williams caused her a “lifetime of pain and suffering,” and said she had to quit her jobs as an Uber and Lyft driver because of the stress of Williams’ “lies.”
“I am highly depressed and my blood pressure is up,” she claimed in the lawsuit.
“We are very satisfied justice has prevailed and this lawsuit was rightfully thrown out,” Ronn Torossian, spokesman for Wendy Williams, told Page Six Tuesday.
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