"Chyna is a loving, devoted mother who simply wants to peacefully co-parent her healthy, happy baby Dream with Rob. We are unaware of any current investigation suggesting otherwise. We have not received notice of any DCFS filing nor have we been able to find any in the court files," Chyna's attorney, Lisa Bloom, tells ET in a statement. "The hearing on our restraining order remains on calendar for September 18. We look forward to proving our case at that time."
On Monday, a report claimed that the reality star was under investigation by the DCFS for alleged drug use, which Bloom refuted.
In a statement to ET on Wednesday, the Department of Children and Family Services said they were not able to comment on any possible involvement with clients, as they are prohibited by state law from breaching confidentiality. Confidentiality statutes protect families from undue public attention while they seek to resolve sensitive family issues.
"When our agency receives a call to our Child Protection Hotline alleging child maltreatment, social workers immediately respond, if appropriate, and conduct a thorough investigation to assess child safety and take all necessary precautions," Neil J Zanville, DCFS Office of Public Affairs, said. "During the course of an investigation, we work closely with families to ensure that caregivers have the support and services they may need to address their underlying needs and issues."
The couple began a legal battle after Kardashian shared private images of his ex-fiancée on social media in July. The 29-year-old model was granted a restraining order against Kardashian, which ordered him to physically stay away from her, as well as forbid him to post anything about her online. The former couple is still sharing custody of Dream.