Rob Kardashian has often been smacked into controversy. The reality star has a long standing feud with Blac Chyna. It appears the long running legal battle between them has finally reached a conclusion.

Page Six rerport that Rob has filed to dismiss his assault lawsuit against Blac Chyna without prejudice for the sake of their daughter, and a judge has approved the motion. He gave a statement to the outlet on Friday, “My love for Dream far outweighs my desire to proceed with my claims against her mother in a public trial,” 

The former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star added, now that the court has ruled to warrant a jury trail on his assault lawsuit, hence for his daughter’s sake, he is dismissing the action against Chyna. Rob further said he will focus on his co-parenting relationship with Chyna.

The dismissal comes after a judge denied Kardashian’s motion to delay the start of the trial, which was slated to begin next week. Kardashian sued Chyna in September 2017 for assault, claiming she tried to strangle him with an iPhone charger cord after consuming copious amounts of drugs and alcohol.

The 34-year-old former Arthur George sock designer said he was able to escape but claimed she repeatedly struck him in the face and head. Kardashian claimed he suffered injuries to his neck, which he later documented on social media. Meanwhile, Chyna has fiercely denied her ex-fiancé’s allegations.

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