Blac Chyna, Wendy Williams, Cheryl Ladd + More!

BLAC CHYNA PLANS TO APPEAL RULING IN DEFAMATION TRIAL: Page Six reports that Blac Chyna‘s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, says Chyna is planning to appeal her case against the Kardashian-Jenner family. “Two things. Number one, the jury found that Chyna had not physically abused Rob Kardashian. Number two, the jury found that all four defendants intentionally interfered with Chyna’s contracts with the E! Network. We will appeal the remainder of the verdict,” Ciani said.

WENDY WILLIAMS MAKES APPEARANCE AT MET GALA AFTERPARTY: People reports that Wendy Williams was in New York City Monday night (May 2nd) for a Met Gala afterparty at The Standard Hotel. She was with Hollywood Unlocked‘s Jason Lee, who posted photos of the two together to Instagram on Tuesday (May 3rd). “How was @therealwendywilliamsonline outside last night. Looking great. Sounding great. Even told @tmz_tv she’s coming back to tv yet the @wendyshow didn’t even talk about it during todays Hot Topics? @normanbakertv make sure the bureau does her right and mentions this tomorrow or they should just throw the whole damn show away,” Lee wrote in the post.

CHERYL LADD SAYS SHE WAS ONCE CHASED AROUND A DESK BY A HOLLYWOOD EXECUTIVE: Page Six reports that Charlie’s Angels star Cheryl Ladd recently shared a #MeToo story that happened after she first moved to Los Angeles from South Dakota. “I was about 19 and I did get chased around one desk. I literally ran around the desk and out the door,” she said.

DON LEMON ASSAULT CASE IS DROPPED: The New York Post reports that Dustin Hice, the man who accused CNN anchor Don Lemon of assaulting him at a bar in Sag Harbor three years ago, has dropped his case. “After a lot of inner reflection and a deep dive into my memory, I have come to realize that my recollection of the events that occurred on the night in question when I first met CNN anchor Don Lemon were not what I thought they were when I filed this lawsuit,” Hice said in a statement. Lemon’s attorney Caroline Polisi said the case was “a crass money grab from its inception.”