Blac Chyna is fighting back claims that she neglected her young son and daughter after the reality TV star said someone filed an anonymous call to Child Protective Services against her over the weekend, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.
Cops visited Chyna's home in Woodland Hills, Calif. home at least twice after receiving a 911 call on Jan. 20, accusing the model of neglecting her young daughter, Dream. The caller reportedly told officials that Chyna, 30, was drunk, and that the toddler's life was in danger.
On Tuesday, Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, of The Bloom Firm, told Radar exclusively that an anonymous caller also reported her client to the Department of Child Protective Services. So far, no one has publicly come forward to say he or she "falsely" reported Chyna to CPS, Ciani said.
In an exclusive statement to Radar, Ciani said Chyna's two young children, King Cairo and Dream, are doing very well and are both healthy.
"They were never in any danger and any reports to the contrary are entirely false," Ciani told Radar exclusively, adding, "Anyone who submits a knowingly false report to Child Protective Services may be subject to criminal and civil liability.”
Cops who responded to the scene on Jan. 20 spoke to Chyna and her nanny, and determined that Dream and King were not in danger.
A source told Radar that Chyna "got into it" with her makeup artist prior to the cops' arrival.
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