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Blac Chyna Model under investigation after BMW injures 3 in nasty car crash

Blac Chyna's car took out a pole and a fire hydrant and threw another car across the lanes injuring 3 passengers in a car crash on November 10. Police have opened investigations.

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Blac Chyna's BMW involved in car crash on November 10

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Blac Chyna was recently involved in a nasty car crash early Sunday morning (November 10) and the pictures of the aftermath are not looking too good.

Now, reports say the model could be in big legal trouble because the driver of the car she hit is a fugitive from justice.

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Blac Chyna poses infront of her BMW

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According to TMZ, Chyna's white BMW was allegedly speeding down Reseda Blvd. south of Ventura Blvd. in the San Fernando Valley, when it blew a stop sign and slammed into a car that was turning left. The collision was so violent Chyna's car took out a pole and a fire hydrant. The other car flew across the lanes and all 3 passengers were injured.

Sources tells the site that the 3 passengers saw 2 African-American women in mini-skirts get out of the BMW and jump in a car that had been following them, leaving the BMW behind. Police have opened a hit and run investigation.

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Blac Chyna

(Getty Images)

 

A source claim Chyna was home and was not driving  but she often loans her car out to friends, and that's likely what happened Saturday night.

Under the California law, if the owner of a car gives someone else permission to drive and the driver gets in an accident, the owner and driver are legally on the hook.

Chyna is yet to comment.

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