TikTok star Ava Louise has fired back at Blac Chyna’s cease-and-desist, claiming in her legal response that she reported Chyna to the FBI.
Louise’s letter, sent by her attorneys to Chyna and obtained by Page Six, doubles down on her claims that she was “being set up for involvement in some type of non-consensual sexual encounter or sex-for-money scheme.”
The letter claims 34-year-old Chyna, born Angela Renée White, asked whether Louise, 24, was transgender and if she had ever worked as an escort.
“When Ava said she was not an escort, Ms. White and her friend (who Ms. White called on FaceTime) laughed and said, ‘You are now!’” the letter alleges.
Louise’s attorneys state that she felt “very intimidated and scared” and claim Chyna “manipulated” Louise into not leaving her home. She was only able to leave the “Rob & Chyna” alum’s house after Chyna allegedly became “overly intoxicated” from drinking tequila.
“Our client believes that she would have been the victim of a sex crime or been set up to engage in sexual acts for money if she had been unable to get away from the premises,” the letter claims. “Ava was so upset and shaken by the events that she contacted the FBI Sex Trafficking Hotline within hours after the incident. Ava made an official report with the FBI on the following day.”
Neither Chyna’s publicist nor a rep for the FBI immediately returned Page Six’s requests for comment.
“I hope that that letter clears a few things up,” Louise tells Page Six exclusively. “Blac Chyna is under investigation by both the LAPD and FBI for what she did to me.”
The LAPD also didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Chyna and Louise’s war of legal letters began when the “Real Blac Chyna” star demanded the TikToker remove videos in which she claimed Chyna was trying to kidnap her.
Chyna’s attorney also accused Louise of using “a pattern of menacing and outrageous conduct” to boost her TikTok account.
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