You all remember the nightmare that was Rob Kardashian vs. Blac Chyna in July of 2017, right? It was messy, shade ridden affair with allegations of cheating, drug use, abuse and countless receipts. Blac Chyna and Rob went back at forth accusing the other of dastardly deeds until Rob eventually posted revenge-porn-style nudes on his Instagram account, getting it shut down.
Chyna then was able to pursue legal action as Kardashian had broken the law in a major (and gross) way. Chyna went on to accuse Rob of abusing her, both physically and mentally, stirring up the media and the public. From there on, the discussion of Dream's custody, child support and other details of the two's relationship were very much up in the air.
Rob Kardashian had made several public statements about Chyna's partying habits - her drug use and alcohol abuse worried the Calabasas native, not for Chyna's own safety by for the safety of his daughter. The two have since finalized their custody agreement with Rob getting Dream about 60% of the time, while Chyna sits around 40%, but the agreement didn't come easily.
Rob initially wanted to pay his ex $10,000 a month in child support, with Chyna demanding $50,000 (as IF.) Kardashian compromised with $20,000 and made sure that the majority of the money will go directly to the salaries of Dream's nannies. Kardashian insisted that someone always be there to take care of the baby as he believes Blac is incapable of giving Dream all of the attention she needs.
In exchange for the extra $10,000 a month and payment of her legal bills, Chyna dropped her abuse allegations against Rob. The two left negotiations peacefully and have not made public statements since.