Blac Chyna's Home Visited by Police After Disturbance Call
By Jennifer Drysdale
Blac Chyna's home was visited by police on Sunday evening after officers responded to a call about a disturbance at the residence, ET has learned.
A public information officer tells ET that officers visited the home at around 6:40 p.m. on Sunday, but determined that there was no evidence of a crime.
Chyna's lawyer, Lisa Bloom, also tells ET that her client's children "were never in danger."
“Chyna’s children, King Cairo and Dream Renée, are both healthy and doing very well," Bloom's statement reads. "They were never in any danger and any reports to the contrary are entirely false. I remind the public that anyone who submits a knowingly false report to Child Protective Services may be subject to criminal and civil liability."
TMZ reports that the visit occurred after Chyna allegedly got into a fight with one of her makeup artists. According to the outlet, the caller claimed that Chyna was drunk and alleged that she was unable to care for Dream, the 2-year-old daughter she shares with ex Rob Kardashian. Police visited Chyna's residence again on Monday to diffuse a situation between the former Rob & Chyna star and her makeup artist, TMZ reports.
“He’s in a good place right now. He’s happy, he’s getting healthier, and he’s just really settled into his role as a parent," the source shared. "That’s his priority and that’s what’s really giving him purpose right now.”
And despite his sister, Kim Kardashian West's, recent statement that her brother will be back on their reality show, the source said the Arthur George sock designer has "no interest in that." "His family would love to have him back on the show, but they of course support any decision he makes and they’re just happy that he’s finding his groove, being a dad and living a quiet life makes him happy," the source explained.