Amber Rose Sued by Wiz Khalifa's Mother

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If the reports by BET.com are correct, on the 19th of June, Rose called a phone thinking she would be speaking to someone else, and instead, it was a little girl. Letic's five-year-old niece picked up the phone which featured an angry Rose on the other end who reportedly "launched into a profane attack".

Katie Wimbush-Polk claims Amber accused her of being an unfit grandmother and blamed her for the death of Wiz's sibling Dorien, who died in February from complications from lymphoma.

Neither Rose nor Khalifa have commented on the suit.

Wiz Khalifa's mom, Katie Wimbush-Polk, has a problem with her son's ex-wife, Amber Rose, and apparently it's a lot more serious than a quick sit-down can fix. Allegedly, it all started during a "nasty phone call", and now Amber is hitting right back.

Unbeknownst to Amber, she was allegedly ranting towards a young child.

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The conversation is said to have happened in June and now close sources claim that Katie's defamation lawsuit is simply an act of "revenge" for the break-up with her musician son.

Rose reportedly seeks a restraining order against Wimbush-Polk to force her to stay away from both her and her 4-year-old son, Sebastian, whom she shares with Khalifa. There's a lot of drama going on, but what does Wiz Khalifa have to say about all of this?

An attorney for Katie claims Amber, full name Amber Rose Levonchuck, 'impute (d) criminality, ' which is 'incompatible with her status as a grandmother and her status as a volunteer mentoring at-risk youth, ' which require adults to have cleared background checks.

"Wimbush-Polk is seeking $50,000 in damages and claims the call was "[intended] to harm" her reputation, decrease community respect for her and prevent others from associating with her.

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