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Her assistant passed away on Thursday morning after being taken off life support.
But Blac Chyna opted to mourn in her own unique way, as she headed to a strip club late Thursday evening.
The 30-year-old pin-up put up a racy selfie with the caption ‘Missing U’ – which she later deleted – before sharing two videos of her wild night out to her Instagram stories.
The first clip showed the beauty entrepreneur with large stacks of one dollar bills in her hands.
The second video displayed multiple strippers dancing and a floor littered with cash.
Chyna, real name Angela White, was not pictured in the videos she shared to her followers.
Lorena ‘Patty’ Hernandez, who was Chyna’s house manager, passed away Thursday morning after being taken off life support following a stroke, according to TMZ.
The family of Patty, who was only 34, is reportedly preparing to sue the ex of Rob Kardashian, according to Page Six, alleging Chyna of ‘abusing [Hernandez] and ‘not providing her with worker’s compensation.’
Hernandez suffered a stroke in 2017 but was still able to work, helping Chyna with her clothing line and day to day responsibilities.
But in January the mother-of-three fell into a coma after enduring a seizure at the celeb’s LA Lashed salon and suffering significant bleeding on the brain.
Family made the decision to take Patty off of life support on Thursday, after she was pronounced ‘brain dead’ following her third brain bleed Monday.
Updating people on their GoFundMe page, earlier in the week the family wrote: ‘Hello Everyone it is with a heavy heart that I would like to share that this morning May 14 Patty was pronounced Brain Dead after a 3rd bleed and will have to be disconnected. We ask you keep our family in prayer during this difficult time.’
Chyna has yet to publicly comment on Hernandez’s passing.
Meanwhile, Patty’s family are accusing Chyna of abusing her, failing to provide her with worker’s compensation and even lying about helping the family by ‘caring for the children’ during the health crisis.
A source close to the family revealed that the Lashed proprietor did the bare minimum to help to Page Six.