BLAC Chyna is being "investigated for BATTERY" over a claim she "kicked a women's stomach."
The report filed Friday comes after the star's Kardashian trial loss.
The Los Angeles Police Department told TMZ that Chyna, 33, was "named as the suspect in a battery report" filed on May 6th, which police "are investigating."
The alleged victim, Sequoya King, told the outlet she and Chyna "got into a verbal dispute which turned physical."
According to the alleged victim, the incident took place in the early hours of Friday morning at a bar in Los Angeles.
Sequoya claimed the reality star “took her phone out of her hand” and “slammed” it to the ground – causing alleged “damage” to the device.
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She also claimed Chyna "kicked her in the stomach, causing her to fall down," per the outlet.
TMZ shared an image of the phone, which appeared to be cracked along both sides.
The alleged victim, Sequoya, spoke further on what happened, saying the incident in question began when Chyna, “believed she was being recorded by people in the bar.”
Sequoya said Chyna “accused her of using the phone to record footage,” an allegation which the woman “denied.”
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They then got into an argument and Chyna “took her phone from her hand and charged at her, kicking her in the stomach.”
Sequoya alleged that Chyna’s friends “pulled her away” and brought her into a vehicle to dissipate the situation.
The Sun reached out to Chyna's team for comment but has not gotten a reply.
The TV star shares her daughter Dream, five, with her ex Rob Kardashian, 35.
Rob's ex sued the Kardashian family for defamation and alleged interference with her E! contract in a $100million lawsuit and lost.
The jury reached a verdict in favor of the famous family and dismissed Chyna's claims that the stars had ruined her reality TV career.
Chyna claimed that the family plotted to get her E! show, Rob & Chyna, canceled after one season back in 2017.
A Sun reporter at the courtroom revealed that the jury had ruled that no damages would be awarded to the 33-year-old.
Despite not having to pay out damages, the jury concluded that the Kardashians had not acted "reasonably and in good faith to protect their own economic interests".
Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Khloe Kardashian and mom Kris Jenner, 66, – named in the suit – were present in the LA court for much of it
The court additionally decided all but Kylie’s conduct did "not prevent performance or make performance more expensive or difficult," per the questions on the jury form.
Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, later told reporters outside the courthouse they will be appealing the decision.
One day after the trial ended, Chyna marked her return to social media after suffering the major loss.
Chyna's mom Tokyo Toni, whose real name is Shalana Hunter, started up a fundraising page in the hopes of reeling in enough money so that her daughter can fight back against the court's decision.
The pair created the GoFundMe account for a court appeal, but have only received $1,000 in donations thus far as of May 5th.
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The fundraiser, titled Cheering for Blac Chyna, is asking for a whopping $400,000.
After the verdict, Chyna also shared a message of support on her Instagram Stories from a friend whom said she always acts in her daughter Dream's "best interests."
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