Blac Chyna Accused Of Holding Woman Hostage In Hotel Room

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is under investigation for allegedly threatening a woman and holding her hostage in her hotel room.

A new report from The Sun claims that the reality star invited a group of people back to her suite at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento following her All Black Party on Nov. 26 before things took a turn.

“Everyone was enjoying themselves; the drinks were flowing and the energy in the suite was real good,” said the woman’s friend, Ron Knighton, who also shared video of the incident.

At one point, Chyna reportedly became agitated with Knighton’s friend. “Suddenly out of nowhere Chyna just yelled at my friend to ‘shut the f**k up’ or she’d beat both our asses,” he

After the mood shifted, Knighton and his friend decided to leave, but Chyna had other plans.

“The vibe immediately changed so at that point we thought it was best to leave,” he said, “but when I went to walk out she shut the door behind me and kept my friend in the room.”

She reportedly wouldn’t let the woman leave for 20 minutes before her team came up to the room and knocked on the door. In the footage, Chyna can be seen opening the door before the woman bursts out crying. She runs down the hallway and into the elevator with her friend.

“I’m so sorry,” she tells Knighton, who responds, “It’s not your fault. She’s high on cocaine and crazy.”

The Sacramento Police Department is investigating and confirms that a disturbance took place at the hotel on Nov. 27 around 3 a.m.

“A dispute between two parties occurred, and the incident was resolved at the scene by the individuals involved. No injuries were reported,” said a spokesperson. “The department is actively investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and the investigation remains active.”

Chyna has denied any wrongdoing. “This story is false. This latest false accusation of criminal conduct is just the most recent in a long line of false accusations against Blac Chyna,” her attorney, Lynne Ciani, told Page Six.

“…We are hopeful that one day people will stop falsely accusing of criminal conduct. Until that day, we will continue to disprove these false allegations to law enforcement and in the courtroom, if necessary.”

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