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Blac Chyna’s Lawyers Respond to Sex Tape Leak

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 01: Reality TV Personality / Model Blac Chyna attends the 3rd annual Amber Rose SlutWalk on October 1, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

Blac Chyna is, once again, the victim of a sex tape leak. Unlike with ex-fiance Rob Kardashian, however, she has no clue who leaked it, yet has full intentions of finding them and taking them to court.

The video shows Chyna performing oral sex on an unknown man. While his face is never shown, the reality star can be seen clearly in the NSFW footage. The 1 minute, 23 seconds long clip was first posted early Monday morning by an anonymous Twitter account, according to TMZ.

Chyna’s attorney, Walter Mosley, immediately called out the guilty party, saying men should have more respect for the women who are vulnerable with them and refrain from sharing videos in general.

We have to change this culture of abuse and assault against women. Today’s post saddens me deeply as it is an attack not only against my client but my friend. Why do we think it’s acceptable to sell, or publish, or seek revenge, or blackmail women in this way and without their consent? It’s not. Men … we have to do better. I’m tired of telling my clients to not make videos because the men will put them out later. It’s like I’m telling them not to wear short skirts because you’re going to entice a man to rape you. #smh And like most rapes, these betrayals often come from those most close to us. So today I’m saying, men we need to do better. We need to tell each other to do better. We need to stop sharing these videos with each other in the club, at the barbershop or (and especially) online. It is a morally corrupt action, which is (at least in California) criminal. Maybe it is time to set an example. #blacchyna

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Lisa Bloom, Chyna’s second attorney, tweeted that releasing the video qualifies as revenge porn, and that they plan to right a sexist wrong.