Earlier today, we reported that Rob Kardashian was hospitalized after being rushed to the hospital late last night.
Details were initially scarce, with insiders chalking the situation up to "medical distress."
Now we're getting a clearer picture of what exactly left Rob laid up.
Last year, Rob was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and when news of his hospitalization went public, many assumed that his condition had flared up.
According to insiders, that's exactly what happened, but the family's concerns have also been compounded by fears about Rob's mental health.
According to TMZ, Rob was able to check in under his own power, and medical staff quickly gained the impression that he had binge eating and neglecting his medication in recent weeks.
Sources close to the family say Rob has been behaving in a self-destructive fashion due to stress resulting from his troubled relationship with Blac Chyna.
Rob's excess eating reportedly caused a dangerous spike in his blood sugar.
Insiders say he's still hospitalized as doctors work to stabilize his condition, but he could be released as early as today.
Unfortunately, it seems his relationship with Chyna won't be rebounding quite as quickly.
Despite their resolve to stay together for their 6-week-old daughter, and the fact that they just signed on for a second season of Rob & Chyna, sources close to the couple say it looks as though they're done for good.
Rob and Chyna are living in separate homes, and Rob has reportedly given up any hope of a reconciliation.
Unfortunately, he didn't start the relationship in the most emotionally stable position, which is why many cuationed Rob and Blac from moving so fast.
Now, Rob is coping with the pressures of first-time fatherhood at the same time as he's getting over a breakup and struggling with the same physical and mental health issues that have plagued him for years.
It's a tough situation, and we wish him all the best.
We're sure the Kardashians will be just as happy as everyone else when we can finally wave goodbye to the dumpster fire that was 2016.