Cops rushed to Blac Chyna's house after a 911 caller accused the star of neglecting her young daughter, Dream, while under the influence, RadarOnline.com can report.
RadarOnline.com can confirm Los Angeles police arrived to Chyna's Woodland Hills mansion on Sunday, January 20 after the concerned person contacted authorities to report the model, 30, was drunk — and that her toddler was in jeopardy.
"Officers responded to a disturbance at 6:40 PM PT," an LAPD spokesperson told RadarOnline.com. "There were no arrests made and no reports taken."
Upon arriving, cops spoke to Chyna and her nanny, and determined Dream and the star's son King were not in any danger, a source claimed.
The source told RadarOnline.com that Chyna got "into it" with her makeup artist prior to the cops' arrival.
"The makeup artist thought Chyna was high or drunk. Chyna threw the makeup artist out of the house and wouldn't give back her makeup," said the source.
The makeup artist told friends about the scary incident, after which another person made the 911 call.
The source said Chyna immediately assumed the culprit was her baby daddy Rob Kardashian.
"Chyna thinks the makeup artist's story somehow quickly got back to Rob, and then someone who knows Rob called 911," said the insider. "Chyna thinks this is just another attempt to paint her as a bad mother, but this had nothing to do with the kids. It was all about the makeup artist."
The source told RadarOnline.com that the makeup artist was so upset by the incident, however, that they contacted a lawyer to take legal action against Chyna.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Chyna and Kardashian, 31, are locked in a nasty lawsuit following a December 2016 incident where he claimed she attacked him in a drunken rage.
Months later, he went on a revenge porn ran, leading her to sue him for defamation.
Chyna is also suing Kardashian and his family for conspiring to cancel their hit TV show, Rob & Chyna.
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