A judge ordered Kardashian to stay at least 100 yards away from Chyna and to not share any pictures of her, their 8-month-old daughter, Dream, or Chyna's son, Cairo, on social media. The next hearing is Aug. 8.
Chyna, dressed in a white suit, was with her attorneys, Lisa Bloom, Vernon Ellicott and Walter Mosley. The 29-year-old model, who was also surrounded by an entourage of friends including her hair stylist, Kellon Deryck, remained stoic as reporters peppered her with questions.
Once inside the court, Chyna was spotted walking through the hallway arm in arm with Bloom and Mosley. Bloom was also overheard telling Chyna, "God is watching over you."
Meanwhile, Kardashian was represented by Robert Shapiro, as well as Samantha Klein from high-powered attorney Laura Wasser's office. Kardashian agreed to the restraining order, according to TMZ. Shapiro told the outlet that Kardashian's social media actions were "a spontaneous reaction that he regrets."
Chyna broke her silence since her intense social media feud with Kardashian in an interview with ABC News' Lindsey Davis, that aired in part on Monday's Good Morning America. Kardashian's Instagram account was suspended after he posted naked photos of Chyna, and accused her of cheating on him and doing drugs. She hit back with allegations that he physically abused her and also cheated on her, in Snapchat posts she eventually deleted.
"I was devastated, of course. I'm like, how could somebody, like, post these pictures of me?'" Chyna told Davis. "And I'm like 'Wow, OK.' This is a person that I trusted."
"I just felt betrayed," she added. "He doesn't respect me. If you can't respect me, you have to respect the law."