Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have agreed to postpone their bitter child support war until after the holidays with the hopes they can privately work out a settlement in regards to their daughter, Dream.
The former couple was due in court this week to continue squabbling over the child support payments for 2-year-old Dream, but the hearing was just taken off calendar.
Sources directly involved with the ongoing negotiations tell The Blast Rob and Blac are still worlds apart on a settlement, but the hope of the reality stars is they can enjoy the holidays to enjoy their families and then officially revisit the fighting once the New Year begins.
It's not a surprise they want to take things easy this year, the holidays have been rough for Rob & Chyna over the years, including his claims that she once smashed his Christmas gingerbread house while choking him out with an iPhone cord.
As we reported, Rob says he can no longer afford to pay Chyna $20,000 per month. In fact, he believes he should be the one collecting support from his baby mama. He also claims the emotional damage from dealing with Chyna has made it impossible to appear on reality TV and earn money.
We're told Rob and Chyna, and their legal teams, are hoping everyone is able to agree on a reasonable number in the coming weeks and avoid a trial that will end up costing both stars a ton of cash.
Plus, Chyna is gearing up to take on Rob's family; including Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner and the Kardashian sisters as she prepares for a trial over the alleged campaign to destroy her career.