Blac Chyna Sent A Cease And Desist Letter To The TikToker Who Accused Her Of Holding Her Hostage And Trying To Sell Her Into Sex Trafficking

October 25, 2022 / Posted by:

Demure flower, Blac Chyna, must have settled her legal fee kerfuffle with Kris Jenner because now she just had to fork out money to her hardworking lawyer to fire off a cease and desist letter to a TikToker named Ava Louise. And if that name sounds familiar, why yes, she is the demented troll who gained notoriety on the Dr. Phil Show for being an asshole, went viral for licking an airplane toilet seat during the height of COVID, and started the rumor that former billionaire/current inflammatory twat Kanye West hooked up with Jeffree Star. Sigh. But, all of that aside, Ava recently posted the tale of her experience at Blac Chyna’s house, in which she alleged that Chyna held her hostage for six hours and was preparing to sell her into sex trafficking. Chyna vehemently denies the allegations and is threatening legal action.

Ava claimed that she and Chyna initially connected on Instagram, and Chyna Facetimed her at 3 in the morning and told her to come over right then. Ava went, which she acknowledges sounds like a terrible idea, but she wanted to meet Chyna’s daughter with Rob Kardashian, Dream, because obviously, it’s every attention whore’s dream to rub elbows with the Koven. 

According to Ava, Chyna forced her to sign a bizarre NDA before Chyna got rip-roaring wasted, and shit got weird and scary. Chyna allegedly said, “all of the things you read about me kidnapping people is true,” watched her like a hawk, made her stay in the room while she was taking a shit, and played Nickelback videos on repeat. She then Facetimed with someone named “Donna” on the phone who wanted to know if Ava was trans and didn’t believe that she was cisgender–so Donna said she’d come over later to check for herself. Here are parts one and two of that wild tale, which Ava has since deleted from her TikTok account:


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Chyna insists that absolutely none of this is true, and further, no one should believe anything Ava says since she’s known for spinning outrageous lies to gain followers–and she needs to shut it, or else. via TMZ:

In the legal letter, obtained by TMZ, Chyna says everything Ava’s alleging is “false, extreme and outrageous”…and her lawyers are demanding that she immediately cease and desist…or face the legal consequences.

Blac Chyna’s legal team is also taking aim at Ava’s credibility…they say it’s part of a pattern of “menacing and outrageous conduct” to increase Ava’s social media platform, saying Ava previously admitted to making up false rumors about Kanye West hooking up with YouTube beauty guru Jeffree Star.

It’s worth noting…Kris Jenner threatened Ava with a lawsuit last year after Ava claimed she received a cease and desist letter from Kris’ company threatening legal action if she didn’t stop making allegations about Kim and Kanye. Kris’ camp says they never sent Ava such a letter and her story was all made up.

This isn’t the first time that Chyna has been accused of holding someone hostage, and she likes to joke by pointing guns at people, so Ava could be both an attention-seeking stunt queen and a hostage/victim of attempted sex trafficking by her since those things aren’t mutually exclusive and Chyna’s reputation isn’t so clean either. So, Chyna needs a better defense than Ava being a notorious liar. However, my takeaway is this: if it weren’t for Oprah begetting Dr. Phil begetting Ava Louise; and Kris Jenner begetting the Kardashians begetting Blac Chyna, the world would be exponentially less chaotic.

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