Blac Chyna Files Police Report in ‘Revenge Porn’ Case

Blac Chyna Files Police Report in ‘Revenge Porn’ Case

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Blac Chyna has filed a police report over the sex clip that was allegedly posted without her consent on social media.

Chyna’s lawyer Lisa Bloom took to Twitter, calling it a case “revenge porn” once again. “Revenge porn is a crime, almost always designed to humiliate a woman,” she wrote. “This morning Blac Chyna, my co-counsel Walter Mosley and I filed a police report about the sex tape her that was posted this week without her consent.”

Bloom, who also thanked the Los Angeles Police Department for their “pressionalism” in handling the report, previously addressed the tape on social media.

“Revenge porn—posting explicit images without the consent everyone in those images—is a crime, a civil wrong, and a form domestic abuse,” she tweeted. “It’s also a way to try to slut shame women for being sexual. Girls have killed themselves over revenge porn. It’s not a joke.”

Up-and-coming rapper Mechie has said that he is the man in the video, but that it was filmed on Chyna’s phone and that he did not have a copy it to release. Chyna denied releasing it herself.

Shortly after the first clip leaked, another sex tape claiming to feature Chyna surfaced. Her camp denied that she was in the new video, which featured a person who looked like her engaged in sexual intercourse.