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Blac Chyna 'thinks friends are behind robbery'

Published 03/05/2016

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashain
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashain

Blac Chyna allegedly thinks it could be an old friend who stole $200,000 of her cash and jewellery.

Blac Chyna reportedly suspects friends are responsible for the $200,000 burglary at her home.

The U.S. personality, who is engaged to 29-year-old reality TV star Rob Kardashian, allegedly had $200,000 (£136,290) stolen over the weekend (30Apr-01May16), with thieves making off with cash and jewellery.

TMZ broke the news, and now the website is reporting 27-year-old Blac thinks it was someone close who committed the crime.

Apparently Blac suspects it could be an old friend who is now bitter about her new clean living lifestyle, which includes no drinking or smoking. She also suspects the culprit is envious of her huge engagement ring, said to be worth $325,000 (£220,000).

The showbiz news outlet adds that not many people knew about the safe, which is another fact that has raised Blac’s suspicions.

The Los Angeles Police Department is currently investigating the robbery, but Blac is also said to be on the case. The blonde star has been reviewing CCTV footage, checking for cars she recognises that approached her property.

News of the robbery broke soon after it was reported someone is trying to sell a sex tape of Blac and her former flame, and father of her three-year-old son, King Cairo. To make matters more complicated, 26-year-old Tyga is now in a serious relationship with Rob’s half-sister Kylie Jenner, 18.

However on a lighter note, Blac and Kylie have put rumours of a feud to bed. They recently posed together for a mirror selfie, with Kylie writing: "when we've been best friends the whole time..." and Blac adding: "Hanging out with my lil sis".

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