Blac Chyna could be headed into court by her former managers if she doesn’t pay them their money by the summer.

According to TMZ, Jason Alston and Lincoln Hayes of Infinite Grind Multimedia are preparing a $3 million lawsuit against Chyna, Rob Kardashian’s fiancee, alleging she signed a 10-year agreement back in June 2007 to let them manage her career. The deal calls for her to relinquish 50 percent of her earnings during that length of time, however, the managers claim they haven’t received a penny.

In their suit, Alston and Hayes claim they discovered Chyna while she was a stripper in Washington, D.C., and helped make her the internet/reality show celebrity she is today. Chyna is a reality TV star and a soon-to-be Kardashian (by marriage). But she did all of that while under contract with her managers who are now seeking $3 million in unpaid fees.

Alston and Hayes say they don’t know how much Chyna has officially earned because she has made other deals without their knowledge. They are giving Chyna a June 2017 deadline to pay up or they are going to fire off the lawsuit.

Reps for Blac Chyna had no comment on the matter.

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