Blac Chyna Completes Parent Education As Custody Battle With Tyga Continues
Blac Chyna has completed a court-mandated online parent education class as part of her ongoing custody battle with ex-fiancé Tyga, Page Six reports, weeks after he filed for sole custody of their 11-year-old son, King Cairo Stevenson.
The former couple have been locked in a bitter custody battle after Chyna requested joint custody of their son in July. When news of Chyna’s filing hit the press over the summer, Tyga told Chyna to “stick to your schedule sat-mon.”
Court documents show Tyga is the primary caregiver of King and the child only spends weekends with his mother. Chyna also shares daughter Dream Kardashian with her other ex-fiancé, Rob Kardashian, a member of the legendary reality TV clan.
The “Rack City” rapper is seeking legal and physical custody of King and for Chyna to keep her weekends with their son. He also wants “written permission” in the event Chyna wants to take their son out of state.
But Chyna is hoping to share joint legal and physical custody of King and for Tyga to pay her attorney’s fees, USA Today reports. Tyga and Blac Chyna dated from 2011 to 2014 and called off their engagement nearly two years after King’s birth. Soon after, the rapper rebounded with Kylie Jenner who was just a teenager at the time.
“Kim [Kardashian] and then her little sister, who she has no control over, started talking to my fiancé and then I get attacked. And it’s like, how does that work?” Chyna said.