A source told TMZ that the arrangement is "loose" and that Rob now has the little girl four days a week.
"Rob's only concern is for the well-being of baby Dream", he added.
Blac Chyna and the father of her daughter Dream are battling in the court via their lawyers.
Rob and Chyna are in agreement when it comes to child-rearing decisions, according to the source, putting Dream ahead of any animosity between them.
Shapiro, one of the world's most recognized civil litigators, represented the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star in front of a judge on Monday and said his client did not seek to not fight Chyna, whose legal name is Angela White, in court as he had agreed to abide by the terms of restraining order sought by his on-and-off-again former flame.
Blac Chyna, center, is flanked by her attorneys, Lisa Bloom, left, and Walter Mosley, as she leaves a courthouse after a hearing on Monday, July 10, 2017, in Los Angeles.
We gotta say that as "loose" as Blac Chyna appears to be, it's hard not see a pattern of Kardashian losing control in the relationship. "As we have said all along, revenge porn is a form of domestic abuse", she said. They split this past December, and the court story has started. "It is also a crime in California and 38 other states".
"I, personally, on Mr. Kardahsian's behalf apologized and offered our regrets as to what happened in the past couple of days", Shapiro said.
Last week, Kardashian attacked Chyna online by posting nude photos of her on Instagram without her consent. The posts got Kardashian's Instagram account shut down, but he continued his attacks on Twitter. The 8-month-old cutie is now in the custody of both Chyna and her ex-fiance, Rob Kardashian, amid her parents' on-going social media scandal. "I truly thought Chyna wanted to be a family and that's why I was so loyal to her but I learned my lesson and everyone else was right", he wrote. In his rants, the reality star claimed Chyna had sent him a picture of herself without underwear on, shortly before she slept with rapper Ferrari True.
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