Rob Kardashian: Blac Chyna is ENDANGERING Dream!


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The ongoing custody battle between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna has continued … and gotten so much nastier.

Chyna says that Dream isn’t safe at Rob’s because she got burned with him, but he says that Dream’s had a lot more injuries at her mom’s house.

TMZ reports that Blac Chyna is trying to insinuate that Dream Kardashian is unsafe under Rob’s care.

Allegedly, Dream received not one but two burns while at her father’s house.

Chyna got the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services involved — always a correct move when a child’s safety is in question.

Though Rob initially denied that the second burn happened under his care, he has blamed Dream’s former nanny for the alleged negligence.

Now, Rob’s attorney Marty Singer has confirmed that Dream ended up getting burned in two incidents …. both times with the former nanny.

(Those of us who spent thousands of hours of our lives caring for younger siblings without them getting burned probably have questions for that nanny)

Singer expressed confidence that social workers will not find anything unsafe or otherwise out of line in Rob’s home.

He also says that Rob treated the incidents appropriately and also filled in Blac Chyna on what had happened.

Singer also opined that it is “unfortunate that Chyna feels the need to publicly miscommunicate the situation.”

He suggested that she “has once again wasted valuable public resources by calling first responders in a desperate attempt to smear Rob’s name.”

Singer claimed that Chyna did this “in response to his ongoing lawsuit against her for full custody of their daughter.”

Things then took a turn for the worse when Singer expressed concerns about Dream’s safety while she spends time with her mother.

According to what Singer told TMZ, “third parties” have sent DCFS to Chyna’s home over worries …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

      

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