Potential jurors for Kardashians show disdain for their faces

Many Americans enjoy talking trash about the Kardashians. A few people were able to have it all to their faces on Monday.

19 April 2022 Tuesday 13:47
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Potential jurors for Kardashians show disdain for their faces

Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, her mother, and Kylie Jenner, her sisters, sat in front of prospective jurors in Los Angeles as they discussed their opinions about Kim Kardashian and the Kardashians.

One man stated, "Anything that involves their names is just one no for me." "Reality TV is not good for society," he said.

Angela White is Chyna's legal name. She is suing the Kardashians for destroying her television career. During jury selection Lynne Ciani, her attorney, asked dozens of candidates about their feelings on the plaintiffs and defendants. This is where the case is from.

Another stated, "I truly hope none of these people become any wealthier because this."

One mother claimed that her daughter tried to watch "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" at first, but it was stopped by her.

She said, "I don’t believe they were the best role model." "I wouldn’t let her watch anything that involved them."

One panel member was unable to wait to be asked. He was asked to provide his name, occupation and marital status shortly after he sat down. Then he added that he had a negative view of the parties, and that if questioned, 'I don't think I could be objective.

They didn't seem defensive over the disrespect. They chatted and smiled with one another during breaks.

Judge Gregory W. Alarcon was not entirely happy with the tone.

"I appreciate your honesty. He said that he was not afraid to speak out. "But this case is like all others where everyone is entitled to a fair trial. A jury instruction states that it doesn't matter if a party is wealthy or poor.

The jury selection process will continue on Tuesday with opening statements. All of the Kardashian women are expected to testify at the trial. They were expected to be there at least for parts, but they surprised many by appearing before the jury.

The mother wore loose-fitting business clothes, and the daughters wore blacks and greys. Security then ushered them in just before the jury panel was seated.

A prospective juror who was previously a member of other cases said that he did not like the pampering the defendants received.

Michael G. Rhodes was the Kardashians' lawyer. He explained that they were brought in by courthouse security and taken into the courtroom.

Rhodes stated, "Does anyone understand that celebrities can have dark sides?" "Do you realize that famous people sometimes need extra security?"

The man replied, "Does this mean they need Fiji water hand delivered to them as they sit in Court?"

There were also family members present to support them.

One young woman stated that she is a big fan of Kardashians and wouldn't be able to give an impartial opinion.

A young man stated that he was also a huge fan of the Kardashians. "I have been watching it since childhood, so I don’t think I can be fair."

According to Kardashian fans, they knew Blac Chyna but didn't have strong feelings for her.

A woman who claimed she didn't like the Kardashians stated that she liked Chyna because they went to the same nail salon, and that she was always nice to her.

In January 2016, Chyna, a model, and influencer, started dating Rob Kardashian, the lone Kardashian brother. By the end of the year, they had a daughter, were engaged and had a child together. network.

The show was in its second season when it was cancelled.

Chyna sued her family for $100 million in 2017. She claimed they had defamed and illegally interfered her business transactions and used their power with producers to force her out of reality TV.

The Kardashians denied any wrongdoing, and stated in court filings that they had legitimate concern about Chyna as well as fears for their son and brother due to the "violence" and "toxicity" of their relationship.

Chyna is also suing Rob Kardashian. However, the judge decided to separate that portion of the case and allow it to proceed in a separate trial.

The Kardashians became famous through 20 seasons on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," which ran between 2007 and 2021 on E! They became social media stars and highly prized product pitchers.

Hulu's "The Kardashians" series, a sequel to the original, premiered Thursday.



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