Police are looking into an incident in which Blac Chyna allegedly threatened a woman and held her "hostage" inside a hotel room.
The Sun said the former "Rob & Chyna" star threw a party inside a room at her Sacramento, Calif., hotel on Nov. 27. During that party, an incident allegedly occurred that resulted in Chyna refusing to let a woman leave the room, the report claims.
Video shows the woman bolting out of the room after Chyna opens the door.
"Everyone was enjoying themselves; the drinks were flowing and the energy in the suite was real good," party attendee Ron Knighton told the British publication. "Suddenly out of nowhere Chyna just yelled at my friend to shut the f*** up…"
Chyna, the man alleges, threatened physical violence against him and his female friend.
"The vibe immediately changed so at that point we thought it was best to leave – but when I went to walk out she shut the door behind me and kept my friend in the room," he said.
Ron said he waited in the hallway for 20 minutes while hearing his friend's pleas to leave the room from the other side of the door.
After the woman rushed out of the room, Chyna could be heard telling them to stay in the hotel hallway.
"We aren't staying anywhere. We are leaving!" Ron insisted. "You crazy!"
Still, video shows Chyna and members of her entourage following Ron and his friend to the elevators.
Ron continued recording in the elevator as the woman sobbed about how "mean" Rob Kardashian's ex was.
"It was really strange because the evening actually started really well," Ron said, but then Chyna "wouldn't let her leave even though my friend was crying and shouting – she was being a total bully. I don't know what she was trying to achieve but it was just embarrassing and a very disturbing end to the night."
The woman involved in the incident called police after leaving.
"A dispute between two parties occurred, and the incident was resolved at the scene by the individuals involved. No injuries were reported," a police spokesman told The Sun. "The department is actively investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and the investigation remains active."