Angela Renée White, better known as Blac Chyna, is somehow the subject of a police investigation after an alleged incident in Sacramento, but sources close to the star claim she was actually the one playing protector when an aggressive man got out of control.
Chyna, 33, first rose to fame in 2010 when she appeared as the stunt double for Nicki Minaj in the music video for Kayne West’s “Monster.” Since then, she’s gone on to appear in TV shows like “Rob & Chyna,” “The Real Blac Chyna,” and “Grown & Sexy.”
Allegedly, back in November, the reality star kept a woman in her hotel room, after a night of partying, and would not allow the woman to leave the Sheraton Grand Hotel. These accusations were made public by a guy named “Ron,” who claims he was partying with the Kardashian baby mama, as well as the woman in question.
Chyna Refutes Hostage Claims
A source very familiar with the situation exclusively tells The Blast the version of events Ron is painting online is blatantly false. We’re told multiple people in the room can attest to the fact that Ron was the one being aggressive and inappropriate to the woman, whom he had brought to the party.
Our sources, with direct connection to Blac Chyna, claim the woman was crying and visibly upset while Chyna was consoling and trying to comfort her.
We’re told Rob Kardashian’s ex was trying to relate to the woman, telling her that she also went through the foster system as well, when the girl kept saying, “I don’t have anyone.”
We’re told it was Chyna’s security who ultimately removed Ron from the room, while the woman ended up leaving of her own free will, although she was welcomed to stay longer. We’re told the only reason that she wanted the woman to stay in the room was that she was concerned for the woman’s safety.
Ron Knighton’s Version Doesn’t Match Up
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According to The Sun, Chyna invited a group of people back to her hotel room. However, the party got out of control and Chyna reportedly began verbally attacking a woman who was attending the party.
One man who attended the party, Ron Knighton, told The Sun that “everyone was enjoying themselves; the drinks were flowing and the energy in the suite was real good. Suddenly, out of nowhere, Chyna just yelled at my friend to ‘shut the f— up’ or she’d beat both of our a—es.”
Although Knighton and his female friend tried to leave the party, he alleges that Chyna “shut the door behind me and kept my friend in the room.”
Chyna allegedly kept the woman in the room for over twenty minutes before she let her go, but told the other female guest and Knighton to stay in the hall.
In video footage that Knighton provided, he can be heard saying, “We aren’t staying anywhere. We are leaving. You crazy?” He can later be heard comforting his friend, saying, “It’s not your fault. She’s high on cocaine and crazy.”
However, there is no evidence that any drug use ever took place.
Sacramento Police Department Are Investigating The Incident
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According to Page Six, the Sacramento Police Department acknowledged that they were made aware of a disturbance at the hotel on November 29 that occurred at 3 A.M. on November 27, the morning after Black Friday.
In a statement, the prosecution revealed that “A dispute between two parties occurred, and the incident was resolved at the scene by the individuals involved. No injuries were reported.”
They added, “The department is actively investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and the investigation remains active.”
However, Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, has explained that there are two sides to every story, and the current narrative that is being circulated online by Knighton is wrong.
“This story is false,” Ciana stated. “This latest false accusation of criminal conduct is just the most recent in a long line of false accusations against Blac Chyna.”
She continued, “…We are hopeful that one day people will stop falsely accusing Blac Chyna of criminal conduct. Until that day, we will continue to disprove these false allegations to law enforcement and in the courtroom, if necessary.”