The reality TV show, which premiered in September of past year, only aired until December 2016.
"We recently filed an amended complaint to narrow the issues and parties in the case, which is about slut shaming, revenge porn, and killing Chyna's show after she broke up with Rob", Lisa Bloom, Chyna's attorney, said in a statement to Us at the time. Chyna claimed that Jenner, who happens to be the manager of all of her kids, made sure that the network won't pick up the show for a second season.
However, after Rob agreed to pay her $20,000 monthly in child support for their daughter Dream, Chyna dropped the restraining order; which shows she didn't really feel threatened, according to TMZ via a Kardashian source. In the filing, the three Kardashians claim that the Lashed Bar owner prevented the filming and second season of Rob & Chyna after she filed a restraining order against her ex-fiancé in July. She says Rob physically abused her, and he continuously denies it.More news: Florida State's blowout of Southern Miss made fans want to dance
However, Chyna isn't done fighting yet.
The family is also set to appear in court.
In her lawsuit, Chyna, real name Angela White, alleged she and Rob had started filming new episodes for the show, despite their troubled relationship, but the Kardashians made production hard and E! officials, who also produce Keeping Up with the Kardashians, chose to put a stop to the shoot altogether. They are also requesting that the charges against them be dropped.
In 2016 the Kardashians sued Chyna for trying to trademark the name Angela Renee Kardashian - which would have been her legal name if she'd married Rob. By October, the model had filed claims not only against Rob, but against his mother Kris and his sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner.