Do you hear that? It’s the sound of pigs flying! Just when we thought we’d be talking about Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian for months to come, the couple has proven us wrong and reached an amicable agreement. On September 15th, 2017, the exes with perhaps one of the most tumultuous relationships we’ve seen in awhile, have settled their domestic violence case. They’ve even managed to work out a custody plan for the daughter they share, 10-month-old Dream Kardashian.
In case you missed it, this whole thing started, on July 5th, 2017, when Rob Kardashian began posting explicit images of his ex on Instagram and Twitter. Rob was making claims of infidelity, drug use, and accused Chyna of using him for his money. Chyna swiftly hired Lisa Bloom (who represents the woman involved in the Kevin Hart extortion case, as well as Quantasia Sharpton and two unnamed plaintiffs in the Herpes case against Usher. To read more on each of those click here http://proofwithjillstanley.com/kevin-hart-is-in-the-middle-of-an-extortion-case-heres-everything-you-need-to-know/) Bloom is well known in the revenge porn world and even before being hired by Chyna, Bloom had tweeted: “Note to Rob Kardashian: revenge porn is a crime. And in my Mischa Barton case judge agreed it’s a form of domestic violence. Knock it off.”
Bloom got the ball rolling on a restraining order against Kardashian, and explained that they would be seeking further legal action. Chyna and Kardashian seemed to be doing fine living their separate lives. If Instagram was any indication for Chyna, she has been doing just fine without Rob in her life.
And then, a break in the case! A court official confirmed on Friday, September 15th, that Chyna agreed to drop the domestic violence case against her ex after a coming to a private agreement. The couple had been scheduled to appear in court on September 18th to revisit that restraining order. According to Bloom, Kardashian is still planning on keeping his distance once the restraining order expires.
Lisa Bloom explained in a statement that while Chyna has chosen to “take the domestic abuse hearing scheduled for Monday, September 18th off calendar” Chyna still has options. “She will always have the right to go back into court if further incidents of domestic abuse occur.” Revenge porn is a crime in California (as well as in 37 other states) so Rob is really going to have to watch his step. Click here for more info about the revenge porn claims
And as for custody of 10-month-old Dream? It looks Chyna and Kardashian will share joint custody. Though Bloom made sure to note that reports that Rob has “more than 50 percent custody” are untrue. She also said that claims that Chyna left Dream home alone while she went out partying, were “outrageous.”
“Like many working mothers, Chyna does sometimes leave her baby with a nanny while she goes to work. Rob should stop defaming the mother of his child and instead should become accustomed himself to the concept of working for a living, something Chyna has always done before, during and after her relationship with him to support herself and her children.” Gotta hand it to Bloom, like her own mother, famed lawyer Gloria Allred, she does stand up for the rights of working women. Need some ice for that burn, Rob?
Although the agreement doesn’t resolve all of the issues between Chyna and Rob-no doubt there are some big money related ones we haven’t yet heard the final word on yet–it does put the rest, for now at least the nastiest and most distracting of all the claims. Let’s just hope everyone behaves and acts in accordance with the only thing that really matters: the best interest of Dream.