Dream suffered severe burns while under the care of her father, Rob Kardashian. Black Chyna then involved the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) to investigate. 3-year-old Dream received a first-degree burn on her leg at the end of February, which Rob sent a text to Blac Chyna promising that it will never happen again.
The former couple’s daughter then allegedly sustained another burn on Saturday, March 21, after visiting her dad. Rob initially denied that the second burn on Dream's leg happened at his house. According to Blac Chyna’s attorney, 33-year-old Rob had his then-nanny text Chyna and admit that Dream had received the second burn from a lightbulb. “Blac Chyna sought medical care for Dream and learnt that the recent burn was a second-degree burn,” the statement read.This is why Blac Chyna contacted DCFS and the police to request an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Dream’s second-degree burn.
The nanny in question has since been removed from her position at Rob’s house. And, some fans have shown sympathy towards Rob stating that "kids get into accidents all the time, and Rob didn't do it on purpose, but he should have owned up. This incident does not make him an unfit parent." Blac Chyna has said that she still wants her daughter to be allowed visitations with her father. And, her own parenting was criticised when Rob's lawyer alleged that Dream had suffered injuries including rashes, cuts, bruises and a dislocated arm at her house.
Rob and Blac Chyna were set to appear in court on March 24, but the date was postponed because of COVID-19.
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