Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have come to an agreement over custody of daughter Dream (Picture: Getty Images)Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are done and dusted with reports claiming they are locked in a custody battle and have actually worked things out pretty amicably for themselves.
The exes, who share two-year-old daughter Dream, not long ago hit out at rumours they were set to battle it out in court.
They insisted there were no ‘active or pending custody cases’ and it looks like that’s because there’s no need, with TMZ reporting Rob and Blac Chyna, real name Angela Renée White, have come to an agreement between them.
Sources close to the pair told the publication that they’re splitting custody of Dream 50/50 between them and Rob is no longer paying Blac Chyna child support.
Rob and Blac Chyna are parents to two-year-old Dream (Picture: Twitter)It’s believed going forward they’ll simply pay for Dream’s needs when they each have her and things like medical costs or school fees will be split equally between both parents.
Metro.co.uk have contacted reps for Rob and Black Chyna.
Rob had previously been paying Black Chyna $20,000 (£15,153) a month in child support.
Reports did the rounds in November claiming they were locked in a child dispute as the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wanted to lower the amount as he couldn’t afford it’.
Fast forward to February and it seems any issues were firmly resolved, as Rob tweeted that he and Blac Chyna are ‘actively co-parenting’, while she cooed that he was a ‘wonderful father’ to their little girl.
(Picture: Twitter)Rob told his Twitter followers: ‘Angela and I are both actively co-parenting and there are no pending or active custody cases.’
‘Robert and I only concern is what’s in the best interest of our daughter that we both equally love,’ Chyna publicly replied ‘Additionally, Robert is a wonderful father to our Dreamy!’
Rob’s family may be known for publicly playing out their life on camera, but he has kept more of a low-profile in the last couple of years, following his split from Blac Chyna.
The pair first started dating back in January 2016, and announced their shock engagement three months later, but then split a month after welcoming Dream together in November that year.
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