Blac Chyna Wins Lawsuit Against Former Landlord In Reversed Court Decision

Her lawyer released a statement.

Blac Chyna has been in a legal dispute with a former landlord for over two years and a judge has now ruled in her favor.

According to Page Six, three appellate court justices unanimously ruled that the trial court, which originally ordered Chyna, born Angela White, to pay former landlord Michael Kremerman “acted without authority in entering judgment against.”

Legal documents obtained by Page Six state that the 33-year-old was never properly served with the summons and Kremerman “did not undertake diligent efforts to serve White” and the trial court “abused its discretion” when denying Chyna’s request to vacate the ruling in which she was ordered to pay Kremerman.

Chyna’s lawyer,  Lynne Ciani, told Page Six, “Angela White is extremely pleased that a California appeals court has overturned an improper default judgment entered against her and instead ordered her former landlord to pay [White] over $58,000 plus her legal costs on appeal.”

According to TMZ, Chyna had been renting the luxury Studio City, California, home since April 2017, with the landlord,  Michael Kremerman, alleging in the original suit that she signed the lease agreeing that she would occupy the space until March 2019. He claimed, however, that she broke her lease and left in November 2018.

Due to this, the landlord claimed she owed him $55,546 for the five months of unpaid rent. After deducting her $25,000 deposit and adding $18,000 in damages, he concluded that she, instead, owes him $48,546. He claimed that the cost for damages were a result of her removing "fixtures and equipment" from the home.

Michael Kremerman’s attorney didn’t respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

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