Blac Chyna will not Celebrate Holidays with The Kardashian Sisters!

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 09, 2016 04:43 AM EST

Blac Chyna is in no mood to celebrate the holidays with Kardashian sisters this year. She is furious at Kardashian sisters for the lawsuit which prevents her from trademarking Kardashian name. On Dec. 7 the  sisters took her to the court and on Dec. 8 Chyna revealed that she is not spending the holidays with them.

In the holiday season when every family is planning to spend the days together, Blac Chyna has refused to do so. She is highly disappointed with her new family. So, Rob Kardashian's newborn baby Dream Kardashian will not be able to spend the holiday with her cousins. According to Hollywood Life, Blac Chyna has not so good feelings about her new family right now. Blac Chyna does not trust the Kardashian sisters anymore, a source revealed.

"That would be like eating dinner with Jason Voorhies and Freddy Krueger right in front of your face knowing that you're being stabbed in the back at the same time," the source stated.

The cold war between Blac Chyna and Kardashian sisters brought Rob Kardashian in a very tight spot. Recently Rob reconciled with his family and now Blac wants him again to lock horn with them. In may Blac filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for her company Lashed LLC to trademark her would-be married name, Angela Renée Kardashian.

But the Kardashian sisters were not very pleased with the idea and recently the attorney for their companies Khloemoney Inc., 2Die4Kourt and Kimsaprincess Inc. filed papers to officially oppose her application, reported E News. Obviously, this has angered Blac Chyna a lot.

According to a source Kardashian sisters are trying to protect the company which is the result of their hard work. Interestingly, earlier this year Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna celebrated their engagement while Kardashians and Jenners were busy vacationing in Vail, Colorado.

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