Great news for Rob Kardashian:
He can now afford many more pints of ice cream every night.
Sorry, that's sort of mean. But it still rings true.
According to court documents made public on Monday evening, Kardashian and his ex-fiancee, Blac, Chyna, signed a post-judgment child support modification order in February -- and a judge approved the order earlier this month.
In short, the order gets Rob off the hook for all child support payments.
He no longer must issue monthly checks to Blac Chyna.
The new agreement states that Kardashian and Chyna shall pay for daughter Dream’s expenses during his or her respective custodial time and that “no child support shall be payable by either party to the other.”
They are now on their own as parents, financially speaking that is.
The reality stars have actually been getting along pretty well of late, much to the shock of those who have followed their cantankerous relationship for about two years now.
It wasn't all that long ago when Rob allegedly believed Chyna was an unfit mother because she reportedly ditched her child on a couple of occasions in order to on trips with her then-boyfriend.
There was chatter that Kardashian would even file for full custody of Dream, but that doesn't appear to be on the horizon any time in the near future.
It's also worth noting that Rob himself has never gone on record in stating this was his plan or his goal.
This child support update, meanwhile, comes four months after Kardashian asked for a “modification” to his $20,000-per-month child support payments.
He claimed in legal papers that he could “no longer afford these orders” and that the restraining order Chyna filed against him in 2017 “caused him significant damage,” according to The Blast.
Such a restraining order was put in place after Rob released naked photos of his ex-lover on the Internet -- without her permission.
Like we said above, things were pretty darn cantankerous between these two for awhile.
But it is true that Rob no longer appears on Keeping Up with the Kardashians and that his income level has dropped significantly ever since Blac gave birth to Dream.
So it's perfectly fair that he would ask a judge to lower, or even eliminate, his child support obligations.
Under the new terms, the Kardashian and Chyna will “equally share the costs of [Dream’s] medical insurance premiums, any uninsured emergency or routine medical care, and any mutually agreed upon pre-school or private school.”
Moreover, Kardashian and Chyna will take turns claiming Dream as a dependent on their taxes.
For those who are fortunate enough to have forgotten the details of this relationship:
Rob and Chyna began dating in January of 2016, got engaged that April and welcomed Dream that September. They then broke up that December.