Judge Rules On Lawsuit Between Blac Chyna’s Mom And Wendy Williams, And Someone Took A Huge L

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Judge Rules On Lawsuit Between Blac Chyna’s Mom And Wendy Williams, And Someone Took A Huge L

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Blac Chyna's mother, Tokyo Toni, sued talk show host Wendy Williams and her eponymous show's producers back in 2017 claiming defamation, slander and harassment, and a judge has officially ruled on the lawsuit, resulting in one of the ladies taking a major L.

According to The Blast, Tokyo Toni was completely shut down in her $1 million suit against Williams, with the case being fully dismissed.

Toni claimed in the suit that Williams trashed her on the morning talk show to millions of viewers and displayed a "great deal of hate by saying these nasty, irrational, despicable things."

She even further claimed that the harassment from the professional gossiper was so bad that she has not been able to eat or sleep.

The judge who oversaw the case warned Toni back in February of this year that if she failed to serve Williams with legal documents, the case would be dismissed. Based on The Blast's report, as of April 10, the judge grew weary of waiting for Toni to prove that she served Williams and decided to ultimately dismiss the case, altogether.

Tokyo Toni also did not show up to court to plead for an extension in addition to proving she attempted to serve the talk show maven.

Written by Moriba Cummings

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