Blac Chyna And Rob Kardashian Agree To Move Forward -- 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Star Is Doing Okay
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian reached an unexpected agreement in the custody battle for their daughter, baby Dream. The stars of E!'s reality series, Rob & Chyna , hope this agreement will mark the beginning of a new era of cooperation for the good of the child.
They still have to strike a deal in the revenge porn case, and according to the latest reports, the mother of two is looking for a seven-figure settlement. For now, Kardashian is hesitant to say yes to the proposal.
Kim Kardashian's younger brother remains hopeful that the custody agreement may be the beginning of some form of softening in Chyna's approach in their legal battle that started in July after the former Dancing with the Stars contestant went on a rant online with the video vixen as the prime target.
Mr. Kardashian regrets dating Chyna, but he is thankful for the little girl that resulted from the relationship. The father of one is well surrounded by family and friends, and he is said to be handling all of this with lots of calm.
A source said: "Rob is okay. Ultimately, he mostly cared about hashing out a custody agreement for Dream. He loves his baby girl, and she is his focus. Rob and Chyna have other issues they need to figure out, but this is a good start. Rob knows it was a huge mistake to get involved with Chyna, but baby Dream is his world. She is the most special gift. Rob’s family keeps being supportive. There is no more, ‘What did we tell you?’ attitude. They just want Rob to move on. They all love baby Dream. They want Rob and Chyna to get along because it benefits Dream."
Chyna is also happy with the latest developments. Her famous lawyer, Lisa Bloom, spoke to the media and explained: "Chyna is pleased that Rob has agreed to peacefully co-parent Dream with her, as she has been requesting all along. Because Rob agreed to continue to stay away from Chyna and not contact her, Chyna has agreed to take the domestic abuse hearing scheduled for Monday, Sept. 18, off the calendar. She will always have the right to go back into court if further incidents of domestic abuse occur."
The end of the drama seems near.