The reality star says her accuser was trying to gain fame with false allegations.
On Tuesday, a court tossed out Blac Chyna's assault case, a move that has made the reality star breathe a little easier. Chyna's former hairdresser accused her of brandishing a knife and threatening her during an altercation that was captured on grainy surveillance footage from outside of Chyna's home. It was later determined by the Los Angeles City Attorney's office that the cases against both Blac Chyna and her hairstylist were rejected due to insufficient evidence.
Chyna has responded to the recent announcement by telling TMZ that she isn't surprised that the case never made its way to court because the hairdresser, who hasn't been named, is a liar. The reality star also stated that her accuser was just looking for her 15 minutes of fame because she shared the story on social media and with news outlets before she even contacted the police.
The single mom also reportedly said that the hair stylist was apart of a slander campaign to defame her name in the media, but she wasn't going to stand for it. However, Chyna is ready to let it all go as she's reportedly not going to go after the hairdresser for filing a false report against her.