Johannesburg - The lawyer for the family of baby Marzanne Kruger would not comment on Wednesday about reports of the dismissal of her nanny.
"At the present moment we are not going to issue any statement at this point on anything," said Pieter van R Coetzee.
The Star newspaper reported on Wednesday that the nanny, Franscina Sekhu, was going to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).
According to the report, Sekhu was fired by the Kruger family and they were to be served with CCMA papers on Wednesday.
Sekhu and baby Marzanne were assaulted during a house robbery in Randburg several weeks ago.
Sekhu reportedly opened the door for the attackers, who had previously been employed to do construction work at the house.
After being discharged from hospital, she was told she had been fired, said her mother, Martha.
"I thought we would sit down when we got there and talk about what happened so that I could apologise about what happened to the baby because we also feel the pain she (the mother) feels.
"But they fought with us and kicked us out like dogs," she told the newspaper.
Labour consultant Aaron Mokhondo said Sekhu approached him to take her case to the CCMA because her dismissal was invalid.
Kruger family friend Kobus Grobler was reportedly unaware that Sekhu had been fired.
"I am not even aware of the court action. As far as I know she is on sick leave. But if what you say is true then it is an unfortunate situation," he said.