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We were a bit concerned with the reports claiming that Blac Chyna was visited by police on two separate occasions this week.

According to initial reports, the Los Angeles Police Department claimed that they “responded to a disturbance” at Blac Chyna’s home on Sunday, which had people worried about the safety of her two children.

Rob Kardashian’s ex – and mother to their two-year-old daughter Dream Kardashian – was reportedly “intoxicated”, and was “neglecting” her children, Dream Kardashian and her 6-year-old son with Tyga, King Cairo.

The police were said to have returned to Blac Chyna’s property the following day, to deal with a “civil standby” with her former makeup artist.

Not much information about the feud between Blac Chyna and her ex MUA has been released, other than the fact that she left some of her belongings at her house. The police were reportedly in attendance so that she could retrieve her things from the reality TV star’s house without any further drama.

Following the reports about the police visits, there have understandably been some concerns about Blac Chyna, in particular, whether her children are safe in her care. This is why her people were keen to clear things up as quickly as possible…

“Chyna’s children, King Cairo, and Dream Renée, are both healthy and doing very well,” her attorney Lisa Bloom told E! News.

“They were never in any danger and any reports to the contrary are entirely false.

“I remind the public that anyone who submits a knowingly false report to Child Protective Services may be subject to criminal and civil liability.”

We have no idea who initially came forward, but we’re glad it’s all sorted now.

Rob Kardashian has kept a dignified silence following the incidents, most likely on the advice of his family…

“They always knew that Chyna wasn’t good for Rob and they’re just trying to keep him focused on his family, and not on his ex,” a source previously told People.

“They are aware of what she does, and they obviously are not happy to hear that she’s getting in fights or acting negatively.

“They mostly care about what’s in Dream’s best interest, and in Rob’s.”

Sounds wise. We’re just glad that the children are safe.