Blac Chyna, Car Video


Blac Chyna is enjoying the sweet, sweet winds of freedom.

The 27-year-old glamour model and new girlfriend of Rob Kardashian was arrested Friday evening after allegedly causing a disturbance after boarding a connecting flight set to fly from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, police said. Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renee White, was charged with misdemeanor public intoxication and has pleaded not guilty, Texas court records show.

A lawyer later posted an $8,000 bond on her behalf. On Saturday, Chyna posted on her Instagram page a selfie video showing her sticking her head out of a moving car, smiling as her hair whips in the wind.


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Chyna, who flew to Austin from Los Angeles the day of her connecting flight, also posted on her Snapchat Saturday, just after noon, a photo of her standing beside a black Bentley, the same type of car Rob, 28, has been spotted driving around in L.A., with her as a passenger. The image bears the words, "Bye Texas," and an address that shows it was taken near a highway about 240 miles north west of Austin.

Blac Chyna, Car Photo, Snapchat


She later posted more videos of her riding inside a vehicle, as Vanessa Carlton's 2001 song "A Thousand Miles" plays. One shows a female friend sitting in the backseat behind her, while another shows Chyna looking at the person sitting beside her, appearing to try to coax them into making an appearance. They are not shown.

Blac Chyna, Car Video, Snapchat


Early Saturday morning and hours after Chyna's arrest, Rob Instagrammed a screen grab of a FaceTime session with her. It's unclear when the chat took place.

Chyna is due back in court in Texas at the end of February.

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