Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna push back court date, attempting to work things out


Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are working toward a resolution amid their current legal situation. 

Last December, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna called it quits. Their relationship was tumultuous and adding a baby just amplified that.

Throughout the year, the two hooked up on and off, attempting to make things work for the sake of their little girl. Dream Kardashian is now eight months old, and the two are done for good this time.

It has been just a little over a month since Rob Kardashian went off on Blac Chyna. He posted a series of nude photos and vulgar remarks on social media.

Rob was reportedly not coping well with the fact that she had moved on, and when she sent a photo of herself with a man to Kardashian, he went completely off. This sparked a month of drama for the former lovers, including a restraining order issued on behalf of Chyna.

There was supposed to be a court date tomorrow for the restraining order. Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have reportedly pushed it back until September 18.

According to Us Weekly, the two want to work out a resolution on their own. This is good news for Kardashian who could be in big trouble for posting revenge porn. Chyna seems to think this will work better for everyone in the long run.

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The two are currently co-parenting Dream together. It has worked beautifully over the last month despite the restraining order in place. Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna each alternate time with one another based on their schedules, and they have a nanny with the baby at all times.

If the former couple can work something out on their own, it would be ideal. Without the court more can be accomplished. Less drama is always best when a child is involved. Rob Kardashian remained silent on social media, for the most part, only posting a handful of things since the July 5 incident.

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