If you’ve been following the Rob Kardashian-Blac Chyna separation, you know that it’s one of the uglier celebrity splits in recene memory.
Even discounting the ugly episode in which Rob posted nude photos of Blac without her consent, thus leaving himself liable for criminal prosecution, the breakup has been noteworthy for the brutal fashion in which the former couple has attacked one another in the press and in court.
Of course, Rob and Chyna were never married, but they do have a child together, which makes for a seriously messy legal situation.
At first, it was rumored that Chyna was seeking to deny Rob custody of their 10-month-old daughter, Dream.
Thanks to intervention from Rob’s influential mom Kris Jenner, Blac is reportedly open to talks about shared custody.
It may be a case of too little, too late, however, as TMZ is reporting that Rob and Blac may both be on the verge of losing custody of Dream.
According to the site, the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services has asked a judge to look at their findings regarding Dream’s well-being in order to determine if further action is needed.
The development could be the result of Rob and Blac constantly firing legal shots at one another.
Blac filed for a restraining order against Rob in the wake of his savage social media attacks.
In turn, Rob has alleged that Blac used hard drugs in the presence of their child.
It’s not hard to see how Rob and Chyna’s cpnflicting claims might leave the court with serious concerns as to whether or not either party is up to the task of providing Dream with a stable household.
Blac’s attorney, Lisa Bloom, refutes TMZ’s claims of a DCFS investigtaion, telling Radar Online:
“Chyna is a loving, devoted mother who simply wants to peacefully co-parent her healthy, happy baby Dream with Rob.”
“We are unaware of any current investigation suggesting otherwise. We have not received notice of any DCFS filing, nor have we been able to find any in the court files.”
Bloom adds that as far as she knows, Blac’s next day in court will be to prove the necessity of Blac’s restraining order:
“The hearing on our restraining order remains on calendar for September 18,” she said.
“We look forward to proving our case at that time.”
We’ll have further updates on this developing story as more information becomes available.