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Blac Chyna Freed of Drug Possession Charge as Case's Dismissed

AceShowbiz Saturday, 14 January 2017
Blac Chyna Freed of Drug Possession Charge as Case's DismissedThe fiancee of Rob Kardashian has been cleared of third degree felony drug charge following her ecstasy bust at Austin International Airport, Texas early last year.
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Celeb Blac Chyna is no longer facing drug possession charges. The charges arose from a public intoxication arrest at a texas airport last winter. Pills found in her personal possession were identified as ecstasy. After spending some time in Jail, Chyna was released on bond. The dismissal of her...

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