REPORT: Randall Emmett is Done Trying to Win Lala Kent Back, Accepts Engagement is Over as Lala Completely Moves Out of Their Home, Plus More Details on His Child Support Battle

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Pump Rules' Lala Kent is "Done" With Randall Emmett and Planning to Move as He Tries to "Win Her Back," See How She Fueled Rumors of Split on Their Podcast

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Lala Kent and Randall Emmett still haven’t publicly confirmed the rumored end of their three-year engagement, but according to a new report, the engagement is officially over for the Vanderpump Rules cast members.

Last week, it was reported that Randall was doing all that he could to win Lala back after allegedly being spotted with two other women at a hotel in Nashville. But a new report over the weekend reveals he is now accepting that their relationship is over after Lala completely moved out of their Bel Air home just days after she was photographed checking out apartments.

“Randall has been trying to win her back over,” an insider had revealed to E! News on October 27. “He is doing anything to make her happy.”

However, sources told TMZ on October 30 that “the engagement has been called off on both sides” and that “there’s no hope of reconciliation.”

Randall is now said to be focused on continuing to raise his daughter with Lala, Ocean Kent Emmett, as well as his two other children from his previous marriage to Ambyr Childers.

Randall’s attorney also addressed his recent legal issue with his ex-wife Ambyr following reports claiming he wanted a judge to decrease his child support payments to her for their two daughters together.

According to his attorney, this isn’t an issue of Randall wanting the support payments decreased, but rather it’s one of Ambyr asking a judge to increase the payments and Randall trying to prevent that. A judge reportedly declined to increase it.

Ambyr wanted a judge to require Randall to maintain a $50,000 monthly balance in an account for their kids, but Randall’s attorney claimed he couldn’t afford to do that due to certain debts, and he stated that his client was already paying $5,250 a month in child support in addition to covering $300,000 in yearly expenses for the children.

Further fueling the reports of a split, Lala appeared solo in the intro for the October 27 episode of Give Them Lala… With Randall and made no mention of Randall.

“Hello, gorgeous,” she began. “Welcome to the ‘Give Them Lala’ podcast. We had an intro, and there was some technical difficulties, and once we sent them over to our producer, the file was like, nowhere to be heard. So here’s the alternative. I’m literally sitting in Ocean’s nursery, giving you guys this intro.”

Although Randall was ultimately heard from in a pre-recorded interview, as Us Weekly revealed, Lala said in the intro that she would not be chatting about Pump Rules as she and Randall have been known to do after each new episode.

Vanderpump Rules season nine airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.