Black Chyna has completed a court-mandated parent education class as part of her ongoing custody battle with her ex-fiancé Tyga.
The reformed model kicked off the month of November completing the “Our Children First” online course, Page Six reports. It comes weeks after Tyga 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 to determine the parental relationship. 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 that Tyga is the primary caregiver of King and the child only spends weekends with his mother who also shares daughter Dream Kardashian with her other ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian.
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.
Chyna recently appeared on “The Viall Files” where she recounted Tyga leaving her for a then-16-year-old Kylie.
“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.
Chyna went on to date Kylie and Kim’s brother Rob for a little over a year before their messy split that resulted in a revenge porn lawsuit. Rob has revealed that he has custody of their daughter Dream from Tuesday to Saturday.
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Source: Black Enterprise