Domestic Violence Restraining Order Dropped
Domestic Violence Restraining Order Dropped
Media outlets report that the courts have dropped a domestic violence restraining order against reality television star Rob Kardashian. Angela Reneé White, who performs under the stage name Blac Chyna, sought the restraining order after making allegations of domestic abuse.

The couple, who have a one-year-old daughter together, starred in a reality television series on E! The network suspended production on the show when the couple separated. White sought a restraining order against Kardashian after he posted nude pictures of White on a social media platform. He also accused her of cheating on him. White claimed that Kardashian had physically abused her while they were together.

According to reports, the court intended to review the restraining order for a possible extension. Instead, White agreed to drop the restraining order in favor of a private, mutually acceptable settlement. The terms of the settlement remain private, however, White indicated that she and Kardashian will resume co-parenting their daughter.

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Domestic abuse situations can be tricky. In all cases, the court wants to ensure that all parties are safe. However the court also wants to acknowledge the rights of all parties when the situation involves children.

Prosecutors often want to move forward with domestic abuse cases, even when the parties themselves do not. This case demonstrates that the parties can often arrive at mutually agreeable terms, even in cases where abuse is alleged.

If you face domestic abuse charges, your first move should be to hire an experienced domestic violence attorney like Robert Helfend. He has more than 30 years of experience in Los Angeles County courts and will fight criminal charges aggressively on your behalf.

Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County domestic violence case.

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