If you love drama, buckle up!

In 2017, Blac Chyna filed a $100 million USD lawsuit against the Kardashian family, accusing them of conspiring to end her reality show Rob & Chyna, and therefore making her lose money, and her career.

Now, the 10-day trial has begun, five years after the initial lawsuit was filed, and features Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Rob Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Ryan Seacrest, and Chyna herself on the witness list.

Long story short: Blac Chyna claims that E! would have proceeded with a second season of her and Rob's reality series Rob & Chyna, but as a result of comments and statements made by the Kardashian-Jenner clan, the network decided to cancle the show.

Of course, Rob and Chyna's relationship came with plenty of drama, which was shared all across the internet, and in 2017, Chyna even asked for a temporary restraining order against Rob. Kar-Jenner defense attourney argues that because of the drama and the couple going "off the rails," it would have been impossible for E! to proceed with the show.

Defense attorney Rhodes also claims that Chyna agreed to receive $100,000 USD after terminating the second season of the reality series, which she disputes.

We're only getting into day three of the 10-day trial, but the internet is already all over the case.

After day one, images of court sketches made their way around Twitter, with plenty of users mocking the way the artist had depicted the Kardashian family, saying they look like "witches," and much worse.

Blac Chyna, however, is serving Cruella de Vil energy in the sketches, and the internet is loving it.

"Blac Chyna looking like she wore her best Dalmatian suit to court," a twitter user wrote.

It remains to see whether Blac Chyna, who's real name is Angela White (remember when she tried to legally change her name to Angela Kardashian but quickly got shut down?), will win the case, but the internet is divided.

Plenty of users say they don't like the Kardashians, and know nothing of Blac Chyna, but that it would be fun to see her win, whereas others are saying she's doing it for publicity and money, not for the sake of her daughter Dream.

Stay tuned as the trial continues, and plenty more drama surfaces. Chyna's mom has already been kicked out, and we haven't even gotten half way through yet.

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