Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's custody battle has been anything but amicable. The two parties have gone back and forth regarding the terms of custody over their 10-month old daughter Dream, but now, after months of speculation, the two have reportedly finally come to an agreement.
According to sources, Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have agreed to the terms of their custody dispute. Under the deal, Kardashian will have to pay Blac Chyna $20,000 per month in child support, despite the fact that Rob will be getting slightly over 50% custody of their daughter. According to sources, Rob originally wanted to give Chyna $10,000 per month in child support, but that he raised the offer in exchange for Chyna agreeing to drop her domestic violence allegations and revenge porn lawsuit against him.
Earlier this year, Blac Chyna accused Rob of beating her and cyberbullying her. Rob posted nude photos of her, in addition to medical and other personal information online. As a result, Chyna got a restraining order against Rob, and stated that they had been fully broken up since last December.
Of the $20,000 per month Rob will be paying in child support, a portion of that will be going straight to nannies. Rob reportedly isn't confident in Chyna's parenting abilities, and will make sure nannies protect their daughter when she is in Chyna's custody. Rob accused Chyna of leaving Dream at home while she went out to party.
Chyna's lawyer, Lisa Bloom, called Rob's accusation a "false and outrageous statement," and added that Chyna left Dream with a nanny while she worked, something that she "has always done before, during and after her relationship with him to support herself and her children."