Blac Chyna — whose real name is Angela Renée White — has fired off a cease-and-desist to a TikTok star who claimed that the model was trying to kidnap and sex traffic her.
The legal letter sent by Chyna’s attorney, JD Sanchez, to Ava Louise blasts the social media star for making “false, extreme, and outrageous statements about her in public.”
She had claimed that “Blac Chyna held me hostage and I’m pretty sure she was trying to sex traffic me” and “I was getting trafficked.”
“Your false allegations that Ms. White engaged insuch heinous criminal conduct is defamatory per se under California law,” states the letter, which was obtained by Page Six.
Chyna’s attorney also accuses Louise of using “a pattern of menacing and outrageous conduct” to boost her TikTok account.
“In fact, you admit in one of your TikTok videos that you intentionally made up and disseminated a false rumor about a sexual relationship between Kanye West and Jeffree Star and that ‘joke kinda gave me such a big platform that I’m able to meet people like Blac Chyna now, because of my following, and who I know now,’” the letter states.
Louise didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
It appears Louise may have gotten 34-year-old Chyna’s legal memo, as none of the videos in question appear on her TikTok account any longer.
As for Louise’s previous rumor regarding the controversial makeup artist and West, Star previously said that he thought the hearsay was “hilarious.”
“I love rumors. I think they’re funny, but some girl on TikTok made it up and it went viral before I even knew,” the YouTube star said in June 2021.
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