Well, it looks like the Kardashian dust is finally starting to settle.
After taking to Instagram and Twitter to post nude photos and vengeful rhetoric about Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian is backing down.
According to TMZ, Rob won't be fighting Chyna in court over her request for a restraining order. His lawyer, Robert Shapiro, says that Rob's cyberbullying last week was "a spontaneous reaction that he regrets."
If you've been following the story, you're probably aware that Rob was reacting to a number of things.
He first received word that Chyna was sleeping with other men while the two were still together. Then, before his outburst last week, Chyna sent Rob a video of herself in bed with another man.
The way Chyna puts it, she was only trying to knock him down a peg so that he would stop. She didn't realize the video would make things worse.0comments
"I've been broken up with Rob since December," Chyna said in an interview with ABC. "If someone keeps poking at you, and poking at you, you're eventually gonna pop. I thought if I sent the video to him, he'd stop."
The restraining order being requested by Chyna and her attorney prohibits Rob from posting any personal information or intimate photos of her.