Blac Chyna, born Angela Renée White, is in big trouble with the IRS – and it is going to take far more than her famous resume to get her out of it.
A former exotic dancer, Blac Chyna’s resume also boasts her appearance in a Nicki Minaj music video as a stunt double. Chyna is perhaps most well known today for her rocky relationship with Rob Kardashian, reality TV stint, and her various lawsuits against the Kardashian family that have taken center stage since their split. This spring, Blac hoped to receive some financial compensation for the cancellation of her and Rob Kardashian’s since cancelled reality TV series “Rob & Chyna.” She claimed defamation and contract interference in her suit against a number of members of the Kardashian family, including “momager” Kris Jenner, and asked the courts to award her $100 million in return.
The Kardashian family’s lawyer, in turn, trapped her into airing her own IRS dirty laundry on the witness stand. According to a report on TMZ, Chyna admitted during testimony that she hasn’t paid her taxes in years and doesn’t even have a bank account. Chyna also admitted under oath that she has not filed personal taxes since 2015, or filed for her businesses – which include Lashed LLC, 88 Fin, and Blac Chyna Inc. – since either 2018 or 2019. Chyna reported, however, earning to the tune of $2 million between 2018 and 2020 through celebrity appearances and OnlyFans.
Chyna was not victorious in her suit against the Kardashians, and she may have landed herself in hot water with the IRS in the process. The IRS will surely be attempting to take this “Reality Start” back to reality. Blac, if you need representation, McCauley Law Offices is here for you!