Blac Chyna loses stroller endorsement deal after Six Flags skirmish: Reports

A stroller company has reportedly ended an endorsement deal with model mom and Kardashian-ex Blac Chyna days after multiple videos supposedly captured her stroller-swinging scuff-up at a California Six Flags.

Momiie—the company that manufactures the pink car-shaped stroller that Chyna was spotted swinging Sunday—has severed ties with the 29-year-old, sources told TMZ. Chyna was reportedly set to be a brand ambassador for the mom-friendly brand.

Momiie had been questioning their partnership with Chyna for some time. According to the tabloid, company executives began reconsidering the deal after hearing of Chyna’s possible behavioral issues and the emergence of a sex tape involving the reality star.

“[We] cannot excuse that sort of reaction and behavior particularly in a family resort around children,” a representative for the company told TMZ.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, multiple videos appear to show Chyna swinging a baby stroller at a parkgoer on Sunday. Chyna can be seen taking off her jacket and hurling the stroller as a guard attempts to hold her back.

WATCH: Kardashian-ex Blac Chyna swings stroller at woman who touched baby Dream amid Six Flags brawl

The parkgoer involved in the altercation, later identified as an 18-year-old woman named Alexis, told TMZ that the fight occurred after she touched the hand of Chyna’s 16-month-old daughter Dream.

Alexis alleged that, fifteen minutes after the playful pat, Chyna had threatened to physically harm her.

However, TMZ received conflicting reports indicating that the fight broke out after Alexis called the mother-of-two a “hood rat.” Alexis has since denied making the comment.

In addition to losing a lucrative endorsement, Dream’s father Rob Kardashian is reportedly looking to gain full custody of his toddler daughter. Sources recently told Radar Online that Rob plans to use the Six Flags incident to take Chyna to family court to modify their joint custody arrangement

“Rob doesn’t think Chyna is a good mom and this is more proof. He’s afraid for Dream’s safety when she’s with Chyna,” a source told the magazine. “He already contacted his lawyers about this. Rob wants full custody of Dream.”

[Featured Image: Blac Chyna/Twitter]