Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have reportedly settled the custody battle over their daughter Dream.
The 30-year-old reality TV star has agreed a deal that will see him pay his ex-girlfriend NZD$27,000 a month in child support, while Chyna has, in return, promised to drop the domestic violence accusations she made against him.
Rob will also be granted more than 50 percent of physical custody of their 10-month-old daughter Dream, according to Gossip Cop.
The duo's acrimonious spit was thrust firmly into the spotlight when Rob accused Chyna of cheating on him, and he posted X-rated images of the model on social media.
Chyna - whose lawyer, Lisa Bloom, described Rob's behaviour as an act of "revenge porn" - also accused the reality star of physically abusing her while they were together.
In her filing for a restraining order, she said: "Rob has been violent with me in the past and I am afraid to be around him."
Chyna was subsequently granted a restraining order against Rob, which meant he was required to remain at least 100 yards away from the controversial star, while he was also banned from disseminating information about her.
But the high-profile duo have now settled their case, with Rob agreeing to pay Chyna's legal bills on account of him securing more time per week with Dream.
In July, it was reported that Rob's attack on Blac left the Kardashians and Jenners feeling "horrified".
Rob's foul-mouthed tirade attracted negative headlines across the world and his family were also unimpressed by his conduct.
A source previously said: "The family was horrified at the entire thing."
What's more, the family were concerned about the impact Rob's conduct might ultimately have on his young daughter.
The insider explained: "In the end it's about Dream and Rob has to grow up and be mature enough to realise that and how this can impact her later in life."