Blac Chyna was charged with felony drug possession after cops found several grams of ecstasy pills in her sunglasses case while she was detained for drunk and disorderly at Austin-Bergstrom airport this past weekend, but Chyna says the drugs are part of a big setup.
According to TMZ, Chyna claims that she has no idea how the ecstasy pills wound up in her luggage, and in fact she didn't even pack her own bags. Though she doesn't directly come out and say her temporary assistant (her regular ones were not available) who did pack her bags did the deed, she does "strongly imply" it. That leaves only one question: which one of the Kardashian sisters did Chyna's new assistant work for? Of course, we're kidding, but there's no doubt that thought crossed Chyna's mind.
Chyna also adds that the type of ecstasy pills found in her bag are extremely rare and she would have no idea how to cop them even if she wanted them — which, she clarifies, she absolutely doesn't.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan has been in a tizzy ever since Chyna started dating Rob Kardashian. Chyna's baby's father, Tyga, famously left her for Kylie Jenner a couple of years ago, even though Chyna was tight with Kylie's sister Kim Kardashian. Since then, Chyna has been relentless in her trolling of Kylie, and all the Kardashian's, on social media. Yesterday, though, it seemed like Chyna's bestie, Amber Rose — who has her own issues with that family — was doing something to broker peace by showing up in a selfie with Kim Kardashian, and then, later, out clubbing with Chyna.
As for who put the drugs in Chyna's luggage, that'll be something her defense team tells the judge should the charges be pursued. The Kardashian-Jenners are concerned, however, that Chyna is influencing Rob to go back to his partying ways.
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