Blac Chyna Visited by Police for Neglecting Children

Written by on January 29, 2019

Maria Therese Agcopra Agcopra – Fourth Estate Contributor

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – After news broke out that Robert “Rob” Kardashian was returning to “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” next season, police paid his former flame Blac Chyna a visit on Sunday responding to a disturbance call.

E News reported that the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed the visit to the former stripper’s home after authorities received a call from a concerned citizen alleging that Chyna was intoxicated and neglecting her children King Cairo Stevenson, her child from rapper Tyga and Dream Renée, her child with reality star Rob Kardashian.

The LAPD clarified that there were no arrests during that night but only a visit after multiple news outlets reported that Chyna was arrested.

However, E News further reports that the LAPD returned the next day after receiving yet another call to the property to attend a “civil standby”. TMZ reported that the scuffle was about an explosive argument between Chyna and her former make-up artist. The police escorted the latter to retrieve her mascara, eyeliner and other things. Sources said nothing happened during the visit.

This news comes weeks after Chyna allegedly threw a drink at reality star Alexis Skyy after Rob Kardashian indicated that the him and the latter spent a flirtatious time together on his Instagram. TMZ published screenshots of Chyna and Skyy’s altercation where guests were holding back Skyy shouting at Chyna.

Skyy addressed the encounter when she posted on her Instagram stories about it threatening Chyna that she won’t leave her until she had a “punk crack head”.

But Chyna is not worried that Skyy will meet her daughter from Kardashian since they both agreed in court that neither one can introduce their significant other until after six months of the relationship.

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