Blac Chyna has officially filed a police report with the Los Angeles Police Department over the leaked sex tape that went viral last weekend, according to her attorney, Lisa Bloom.

"Revenge porn is a crime, almost always designed to humiliate a woman. This morning Blac Chyna, my co-counsel Walter Mosley and I filed a police report about the sex tape of her that was posted this week without her consent. Thank you LAPD for your professionalism," Bloom posted on her social media accounts.

As we previously reported, the clip features Chyna naked and performing oral sex with her ex-boyfriend Mechie who has confirmed it was him in the video. However, Mechie denies leaking it to the public and contends that their sex act was recorded on Chyna's phone.

Speaking of Mechie, the 29-year-old aspiring rapper gave an exclusive interview with the Shade Room (via E! News) and explained how he and Chyna hooked up.

"Basically, we were at the club and she's like we need to link up so we did and then that's what lead to the video happening," he told the gossip website.

Mechie denied that he met Chyna while she was with Rob Kardashian. "She left Rob the year before we met back in December," he revealed. "She was not with Rob when we linked up. She had the baby and had already moved out and dipped off from him."

Mechie and Chyna dated for a few months before they decided to break up last August. He said that being with Chyna brought a lot of negative attention to him.

"To be completely honest, it just got to a point where the so called hype and fame of the relationship was starting to get out of hands and overshadow what I had going on with my music and my brand," he said.

"It helped me get more fans and followers around the world but it also hurt me because it tied me to her brand and a lot of people didn't want to deal with a messy situation and she's got a messy situation," he continued. "I have my own label and I lost investors and sponsorship deals because I was tied to her. You gain and [lose]."

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