Blac Chyna has threatened to sue Ava Louise, a Tiktok star who accused the model of attempting to kidnap and sex traffic her.
According to TMZ, Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, denies the allegations and has had her attorneys send Louise a cease and desist letter. The TikToker recently accused Chyna of attempting sex trafficking on social media.
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Ava Louise is claiming that Blac Chyna kidnapped her and attempted to sex traffic her. pic.twitter.com/RwLCYkO1NJ
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Louise claimed“Blac Chyna held me hostage and I’m pretty sure she was trying to sex traffic me,” as well as said, “I was getting trafficked.” She claimed Chyna forced her to sign an NDA upon arriving at her home, at which point she was then reportedly held hostage for six hours while Chyna “drank an entire bottle of Casamigos.”
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JD Sanchez, Blac Chyna’s attorney, has issued a cease and desist letter to Ava Louise, accusing her of making false statements.“false, extreme, and outrageous statements about [Chyna] in public.”
According to Page Six, Sanchez stated, “Your false allegations that Ms. White engaged in such heinous criminal conduct is defamatory per se under California law.”
The letter also blasts Louise for a pattern of “dangerous and outrageous behavior” on social media, including admitting to making false statements about Kanye West hooking up with YouTuber Jeffree Star.
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