A TikToker who alleges Blac Chyna tried to abduct and sex-traffic her has received a cease-and-desist letter from the reality star. Influencer Ava Louise said Chyna “kept me captive” and “I’m very convinced she was trying to sex traffic me,” in addition to saying “I was getting trafficked.”
Louise’s accusations have now been refuted by Chyna’s legal team in a harsh cease-and-desist letter that, according to Page Six, calls them “false, extreme, and outrageous statements about her in public.” According to Page Six, which acquired the letter, Chyna’s lawyer JD Sanchez wrote, “Your false allegations that Ms. White engaged in such heinous criminal conduct is defamatory per se under California law.”
In order to increase her popularity on TikTok, Louise is also charged with engaging in “a pattern of menacing and outrageous conduct.”
“In fact, you admit in one of your TikTok videos that you intentionally made up and disseminated a false rumor about a sexual relationship between Kanye West and Jeffree Star and that ‘joke kinda gave me such a big platform that I’m able to meet people like Blac Chyna now, because of my following, and who I know now,”‘ continues the letter.
According to Page Six, the videos pertaining to Chyna are no longer visible on Louise’s account, indicating that she most certainly got the letter.