Vixen Blac Chyna‘s attorney Lisa Bloom is staying busy these days. The celebrity lawyer has revealed her involvement and provided an update on her client’s alleged physical attack from R&B singer Trey Songz.

Bloom went to Twitter last night (February 26) to extend her hand out to any potential witness to step forward and help.

Earlier this month, a report surfaced about Trey Songz possibly striking a woman during the recent NBA All-Star Weekend festivities in Los Angeles.

Law enforcement sources tell us the woman filed a police report claiming Trey hit her in the face Saturday night while they were attending a Hollywood Hills party. She claims Trey got upset because she was talking to another man, and hit her during an argument. We’re told she left the party on her own to go to a hospital, and talked to police soon afterward. We’re told her injuries were minor. The case will be reviewed by the L.A. City Attorney to determine if Songz will be charged. We’ve reached out to his reps … so far, no word back. (TMZ)

Songz has kept mum on the alleged attack across his social media pages.

Last year, a woman took legal action against Songz for allegedly slapping a phone out of her hand.

A VIP event featuring R&B star Trey Songz turned violent for a Philadelphia woman, she claims in court, saying the “Na Na” performer slapped her across the face while trying to stop her from snapping pics with her cellphone. Represented by the firm Greenblatt Pierce, the plaintiff Nicole Macon says her ordeal went down on May 14, 2017, at Vanity Grand Cabaret on Passyunk Avenue. (Court House News)