Blac Chyna’s assault lawsuit against Rob Kardashian has been dismissed.

Rob Kardashian’s years-long court battle with Blac Chyna has come to an end.

According to Page Six, the former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star filed a petition to dismiss his assault complaint against Blac Chyna without prejudice for the welfare of their kid, and the move was granted.

“My desire to proceed with my accusations against her mother in a public trial far outweighs my love for Dream,” Kardashian said in an exclusive statement to Page Six on Friday.

“Now that the court has concluded that there is enough evidence to warrant a jury trial on my assault claim, I am dismissing the action and focusing on my co-parenting relationship with Chyna for the benefit of our daughter.”

Page Six obtained the dismissal after a court dismissed Kardashian’s petition to postpone the trial, which was set to begin next week.

Kardashian sued Chyna for assault in September 2017, saying she tried to strangle him with an iPhone charger cord after drinking large amounts of drugs and alcohol, according to Page Six. The 34-year-old former Arthur George sock designer claimed he was able to flee, but that she struck him in the face and head repeatedly.

Kardashian claimed to have sustained neck injuries, which he later recorded on social media. Chyna, 33, has categorically disputed her ex-claims. boyfriend’s

Eugene Shpilsky, who alleges he allegedly witnessed Chyna aiming a gun at him, was one of Kardashian’s two friends who testified in the now-cancelled trial.

Corey Gamble, Kris Jenner’s longterm lover, was reportedly slated to attend Kardashian’s defense.

Chyna’s attorney, Lynne Ciani, said at the time that “these same two pals of Rob refused to show up at their deposition to put their assertions on the record.” “Because there was no incident, Chyna has video evidence that Rob didn’t have a mark or scratch on him after the purported attack.”

“Chyna is eager to clarify her name in court,” the statement stated. “In the meantime, Rob has filed court papers in an attempt to postpone his own trial against Chyna once more.”

In a statement released Friday, Chyna’s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, said, “Rob Kardashian should have thought of his daughter Dream before filing his spiteful and false assault and abuse complaint.” “For more than four years, Rob has tried to tarnish Chyna as a mother and even as a human being by using his riches and position through this vexatious litigation.”

“On the eve of trial, Rob abandoned his lawsuit, not because he suddenly decided to drop the case ‘for the sake of his daughter,’ but because he knew his assault and battery allegations against Chyna were untrue.” In other words, Rob dropped his case to avoid the serious implications of an adverse jury verdict, not his ostensible “care” for his daughter.


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