'False and outrageous': Blac Chyna threatens legal action against Ava Louise over sex-trafficking claims
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Blac Chyna has sent a cease-and-desist letter as a response to Ava Louise after the Instagram model claimed she was held "hostage" by the former at her house. Over the weekend, the notorious model posted a video accusing Chyna of "trying to sex-traffic me".
The video which garnered a lot of attention found Ava claiming that "Blac Chyna held me hostage and I’m pretty sure she was trying to sex traffic me."
The TikToker continued the video by saying that Chyna forced her to sign an NDA and then kept her captive for six hours while dozing off to an entire bottle of Casamigos, as reported by RadarOnline. It appears that the 34-year-old is finally taking legal action against the appalling claims made by the IG model online.
Ava Louise is claiming that Blac Chyna kidnapped her and attempted to sex traffic her. pic.twitter.com/RwLCYkO1NJ— Jada (@BitchofWallSt) October 21, 2022
According to Louise, Blac Chyna wanted to collaborate with her for OnlyFans content, and after a brief conversation via text, the pair decided to meet at 4 am at her house. The TikToker claimed that Chyna forced her to remove her makeup and keep her company throughout the rest of the night. "She kept telling me that I had to stay until 10 am because that’s when [her daughter] was going to be out of the home and she was going to go crazy on me at 10 am. She kept saying things like that."
The matters soon escalated when Chyna allegedly called a woman in the escorting business. Over the phone, the duo talked about the IG model being a "good product." This is when Louise escaped from the house as per her many claims.
Blac Chyna and her lawyers are now taking the situation into their hands. As reported by TMZ, a legal letter has been sent to Louise by Blac Chyna, whose legal name is Angela White: "Ms. White has learned from social media and other sources that you have made, and continue to make, false, extreme, and outrageous statements about her in public. On or about October 20, 2022, you posted on your account three videos on the social media website TikTok, wherein you make numerous false and defamatory statements about Ms. White."
"Among the most outrageous of your defamatory statements was your false claim that 'Black Chyna held me hostage and I'm pretty sure she was trying to sex traffic me.' You further stated that 'I was getting trafficked,' and that 'Chyna very intimidatingly said that all the stories you read about me kidnapping people are true'. Your false allegations that Ms. White engaged in such heinous criminal conduct is defamatory per se under California law. Demand is herby made that you immediately cease and desist from publishing all false and defamatory statements about Ms. White," the letter continued.
The whole alleged traumatic incident was slammed as a publicity stunt by Blac Chyna and her lawyer. The attorney highlighted the TikToker's previous actions in order to amplify her social media popularity in the legal letter. Louise was previously caught spreading a false rumor about Kanye West and make-up artist Jeffree Star indulging in a sexual relationship.
"This is clearly another desperate attempt by you to create another false story to drive and increase your social media status. Ms. White will not stand by idly and allow you to defame her in order to further increase your social media platform," the letter read.