Child welfare officials in Los Angeles County are taking steps to ensure the welfare of baby Dream Kardashian.
According to TMZ, the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services are concerned about the well-being of Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's 10-month-old daughter.
A judge in L.A. County Dependency Court is being asked to determine if the baby is in a safe environment.
The former couple, who starred on the E! reality show "Rob & Chyna", confirmed their split in March after just over a year of dating and just four months after the birth of their child.
DCFS had opened an investigation into Chyna's alleged drug use before the reality couple separated.
The former stripper currently has a restraining order against Rob, the only son of Kris Jenner.
In July, Rob posted a rambling foul-mouthed rant on social media, as well as explicit photos of his ex.
Chyna obtained a restraining order against him and claimed he had been physically abusive during their relationship.
Meanwhile, People reported Monday that Rob 'very much resents' his former fiancée. He thinks Chyna is 'evil,' but is remaining calm for the sake of their young daughter.
One source said: '[Rob was] basically told to shut up and lay low until he and Chyna come to an agreement. There have been concerns that he will lose custody.'