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Former reality TV star Blac Chyna allegedly pulled out a weapon during a disagreement with her hairstylist over the weekend, resulting in the spurned employee hitting back with a police report.
The mother of two, born Angela White, is alleged to have gotten into an altercation with the stylist on Saturday at her home in California’s San Fernando Valley, TMZ reports. The issue reportedly sprang from a disagreement over money; the stylist allegedly thought Blac Chyna owed her money, but Chyna felt differently, leading to a heated exchange. The unnamed hairdresser later claimed Chyna brandished a knife at her during the fight after she was asked to pay, TMZ reports, adding the hairdresser went to the police and filed a report.
Chyna apparently has a different recollection of the events; anonymous sources close to the entrepreneur denied the knife story, and told TMZ the hairdresser left angrily and then threw cans of soda at Chyna’s car on their way out.
A public information officer for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Us Weekly that a report has been filed against Blac Chyna and that she has been accused of assault.
“A police report has been filed against Angela White for the charge of assault with a deadly weapon,” its statement reads.
Worsening the situation for Chyna, TMZ reports her 6-year-old son King, whom she shares with rapper Tyga, was present during the alleged alteration, which is likely to result in the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services performing a welfare check, at the very least.
Chyna, who was formerly engaged to reality TV star Rob Kardashian, shares another child with the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” cast member, 2-year-old Dream.
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