Family Services reportedly concerned about Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's daughter

Blac Chyna

Blac Chyna

It appears the ugliness between former romantic partners Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna will get turned up a notch, this after rumors that authorities in California are concerned about the safety of their baby daughter, Dream.

One is that the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) have an open case over Chyna's alleged drug use.

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 sisters don't have any say in the agreement, however, and Rob feels Chyna is a fine parent, it was claimed.

Sources familiar with the goings-on say that lawyers from both sides, as well as Rob and Chyna themselves, have been hashing out the details of a joint custody deal for a few months now. "And that's all I, I can really ask for", she said on "Nightline".

The site added that because there's a "open case" in Dependency Court, 'any custody agreement must be signed off by that judge'. She also alleged that he had been abusive towards her, which he denies. Everyone wants him to be quiet and not get into any more trouble.

A source tells PEOPLE that Kardashian, 30, and Chyna, 29, haven't been able to reach a custody agreement over their 10-month-old daughter, Dream Renée, so the two will be forced to meet in court for their September 18 hearing.

Even though Chyna has shared an endless number of videos of herself spending time with Dream and King Cairo, the son she shares with rapper Tyga, across various social media platforms, the star is very much focused on growing her brand.

The George Arthur sock entrepreneur thinks Chyna is 'evil, ' but is remaining calm for the sake of their young daughter, according to the publication. Chyna responded, alleging that he'd gotten physically violent with her in the past.

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