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Chrissy Teigen is ready to make small claims court "a little more petty."

The TV personality has just landed an unexpected new gig: arbitrating small claims cases on a new Quibi reality series. The show, "Chrissy's Court," will involve real plantiffs, defendants, and disputes, per Deadline. It apparently doesn't matter that Teigen's not an actual judge; her decisions will be final and binding.

The episodes will be 10 minutes long each, and they'll show Teigen arbitrating disputes while her mother, Vialiluck "Pepper Thai" Teigen, serves as the bailiff. The model-turned-"judge" teased on Twitter that her mom will scold arguing plaintiffs and defendants and "basically take selfies the entire time."

Teigen has developed a sizable following in recent years. Her outspoken personality has led to her amassing more than 11 million Twitter followers and nabbing some very eclectic gigs. In addition to her court show, she co-hosts "Lip Sync Battle" and is working on new food shows for Hulu. She'll also judge the upcoming NBC comedy competition, "Bring the Funny."

Teigen will executive produce "Chrissy's Court" through her production company, Suit & Thai Productions. The show is produced by Suit & Thai and 3 Arts Entertainment. Luke Dillion is also set to executive produce.

[via: Deadline]