Blac Chyna has reportedly been asked to do the forthcoming series of 'Celebrity Big Brother' in the US as producers are hoping she'll dish the dirt on her ex-fiance Rob Kardashian and his famous family.
Blac Chyna is being lined-up to take part in the first ever US 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The 29-year-old provocative model has been the hot topic of conversation over the past year or so due to her fiery relationship with Rob Kardashian, but it looks like she may be able to set the record straight as producers of the reality TV show are hoping to persuade her to do the debut series when it hits television screens in the winter 2018.
A source told UsMagazine.com: ''The production team behind the show is trying to get Chyna to do 'Celebrity Big Brother'.''
Producers are no doubt hoping the brunette beauty - who has 11-month-old daughter Dream with the sock designer - will dish the dirt on the reclusive star and his famous relatives after she fell out with the family when she claimed he'd physically abused her.
In her lawsuit, Chyna - whose real name is Angela White - accused the entire Kardashian clan of interfering with the shooting of the now-former couple's reality show 'Rob & Chyna' and stopping a second season from being aired.
Court documents read: ''Rob Kardashian is an abuser intent on destroying Angela White, the mother of his baby, who left him in 2016. In revenge, the Kardashian-Jenner family became media predators, slut-shaming her on social media and killing her hit television show, which had already begun filming a second season.
''Rob Kardashian and his powerful, vindictive family have done enough damage to Ms. White's career and professional reputation, which she singlehandedly built from scratch - without the help of a famous last name. This lawsuit seeks to hold them accountable.''
However, despite her allegations, Rob's lawyer accused Chyna of being a ''violent and aggressive abuser'' because the day before the alleged incident, which reportedly took place in April, she had been using cocaine and drinking alcohol.
Meanwhile, 'Big Brother' host Julie Chen announced in September that an all-star version of the reality TV show will premiere in winter 2018 and the format is expected to be similar to the original version of the CBS reality game show.
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