Chyna's attorney, Lisa Bloom, urged her to take legal action against Kardashian for posting explicit photos of her nude body online.
“In California, revenge porn is a crime, a civil wrong, and a form of domestic abuse," Bloom reminded "GMA" viewers.
But rather than applaud Chyna for taking a stand against revenge porn and other forms of sexual harassment by bringing her case to a judge, people are actually mocking Chyna for her court appearance.
Chyna showed up to the courthouse on Monday wearing a crisp white suit and a short, blonde wig.
Her outfit was certainly appropriate, but remember: She's entering into a case that involves sexual harassment. Her hairstyle and clothing choice should've been the last thing on anyone's minds.
But alas, women can't do *anything* (even fight against revenge porn) without their appearance taking precedence.
Loyal Chyna fans remembered she had worn her "unicorn wig" one day earlier.
The wig was designed by Chyna's longtime hairstylist, Kellon Deryck.
“It was a wig that I made to match her Chanel purse, which has all those colors in it," Deryck told People Magazine.
There's nothing inherently "wrong" with Chyna's rainbow-colored wig, but she ultimately made the decision to change her hair for court.
And the internet lost it.
Twitter immediately ridiculed Chyna for ditching her unicorn wig for a "going to court" wig.
Trolls mocked her for strategically switching up her hairstyle to look more "polished."
At the end of the day, Chyna's hairstyle (or hair color) shouldn't matter.
But just because it *shouldn't* matter doesn't mean that society doesn't abide by sexist, appearance-driven stereotypes.
If Chyna wore her colorful hair to court, she would've immediately been perceived as "trashy" or "ghetto" (as confirmed by Twitter's endless jokes). Her revenge porn case might not have been taken as seriously, and that's just sad.
We live in a world where the value of Chyna's case could literally be determined by something as superficial as hair color.