Model Blac Chyna Arrested at Texas Airport After Allegedly 'Causing a Disturbance'

arrested-austin-airport-drunk/">TMZ reports that Chyna, whose name is actually Angela Renée White, was charged with possession of a controlled substance of "more than 1 gram but under 4 grams" and public intoxication.

The recent arrest of video vixen Blac Chyna and all the chatter about her dating Rob Kardashian have many asking who is she anyway?

People magazine reported that Rob had reportedly travelled to Texas to pick up Chyna.

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This week, her name rang Internet bells as she publicized her new courtship with Rob Kardashian.

"The money would have to be insane and Blac wants full control of the directing", adds the source.

Last month Khloe posted a sweet picture showing her with reclusive brother Rob and wrote: "If only you could see yourself through my eyes!" TMZ reports the model was captured at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on January 29 after unsteadily verbally assaulting individuals on board her flight.

Blac Chyna took to her Snapchat after being released from jail, asking fans if they missed her.

The 27-year-old opted for a comfortable vibe for her flight and was even wearing a jacket from Kanye West's "Yeezy" clothing line.

Police say they arrested the scandalized star when she called an airline employee a "nasty ass bitch" after beelining towards the gate of a connecting flight. Of interest is that witnesses said Blac wanted to tie her shoes as she was taken away and mentioned she was wearing Yeezys. The rapper also shares a 3-year-old son, King Cairo Stevenson, with Chyna.

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have been asked to consider making a sex tape for Hustler.

Blac Chyna's mother has reportedly hit out at Khloe Kardashian after she appeared to mock her daughter's arrest.

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