Amber Rose's likeness and name have been used to allegedly lure women into prostitution.
According to TMZ, police are investigating a company that was soliciting models "for a paid celebrity photoshoot and clothing line."
Up-and-coming models who saw the advertisement on Instagram and later contacted the business were reportedly told Amber was a key person in picking the models. Eventually, a purported FaceTime session between the model and Amber would be set up.
When the prospective models called in, however, the company would reportedly use an old video from Amber's Ustream that would ultimately result in a bad connection.
"If ur receiving emails or Text from firstname.lastname@example.org dat ain't me Bih," Amber tweeted over the weekend. "Apparently that email has been Facetiming my fans 2 with an old ustream I did then hanging up saying they had bad reception smh."
She added, "Tricky f--ks….Very creative tho. I'll give them that."
Once the bad connection ended the FaceTime session, the company would allegedly set up models on dates with wealthy men. They would later ask the model if they would be willing to be intimate.
If the answer was yes, the company would reportedly allow access to bigger projects and the opportunity to work with Amber.
When contacted by E! News, Los Angeles Police had yet to hear anything of a prostitution ring. In addition, since TMZ did not name the company or model who filed a police report, additional information wasn't available.
It is unclear if Amber will take legal action. E! News has reached out to her team for additional comment.
—Additional reporting by Baker Machado