A third party has reportedly gotten involved in Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian’s breakup: Los Angeles County.
The Department of Children and Family Services has opened an investigation aimed at protecting daughter Dream, who just turned 10 months old, according to TMZ.
The investigation is reportedly into Chyna’s rumored drug use, but is also linked to a restraining order that she filed against the reality TV star in July after accusing him of domestic abuse and violating revenge porn laws.
At the time, the model and businesswoman accused her ex of punching her, tearing the hinges off a door, showing her a gun and threatening to kill himself with pills.
“This was a really scary experience for me,” she said in the sworn statement.
The restraining order was filed just days after Kardashian posted naked photos of Chyna on Twitter and Instagram without her consent in a social media meltdown.
The couple, who split in December, have yet to reach a custody agreement for Dream.
In July, Chyna said she’ll “never” ask a judge to keep Kardashian away from his daughter.
“Hopefully, you know, me and Rob can learn, you know, to have common grounds and be the best co-parents as we can be. And that’s all I, I can really ask for,” she said on “Nightline.”