Blac Chyna Arrested at Austin International Airport for Public Intoxication, Drug Possession

Blac Chyna Arrested at Austin International Airport for Public Intoxication, Drug Possession

Model Blac Chyna has been arrested in Texas for allegedly becoming belligerently drunk on a flight as well as for drug possession, a report said.

The former exotic dancer was taken into custody on Friday at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, where she had a layover en route from Los Angeles to London, according to TMZ.

An eyewitness told the outlet that the beauty salon owner was fighting with a flight attendant and acting “like a drunken fool.”

She reportedly said, “Y’all got no respect for me. I gotta tie my shoes. Let me tie my Yeezys.”

Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, was charged with public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance between one and four grams, according to Travis County jail records.

Bail was set at $8,000 for the drug charge.

By 3:30 a.m. local time, Chyna was no longer listed as an inmate and her Instagram account had posted the hashtag #FreeChyna.

“When Zaddy holds u down no matter what,” she said alongside the post, prompting some to believe that her new boyfriend Rob Kardashian played a role in getting her out.

The 27-year-old recently began a relationship with the only son of the ubiquitous Calabasas clan famous for their show on E!.

Her newfound romance has reportedly drawn the ire of other members of the Kardashian-Jenner conglomerate after the pair moved in together.

Chyna used to be best buddies with the reality family’s brightest star Kim Kardashian, but fell out with her because of a twisted web of California connections.

She had a child with rapper Tyga before he began dating Kim’s 18-year-old half-sister Kylie Jenner.

Chyna has also befriended Amber Rose, the ex-girlfriend of Kim’s husband Kanye West, who recently sparred with Yeezus on Twitter.

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