Vixen Amber Rose doesn’t have to worry about ex-husband Wiz Khalifa‘s mom coming at her with the smoke anymore. New reports claim Muva has landed on her feet in a publicized emotional distress lawsuit filed against her former in-law.

According to reports, a Pennsylvania court dismissed the case months after Wiz’s mom sued Rose over allegedly calling her an unfit parent.

Katie Wimbush-Polk just got thrown out of a Pennsylvania court because Amber’s alleged statement was insulting, but it wasn’t extreme and outrageous … which is required in order to prove emotional distress. The judge ruled, “Mere insults, indignities, threats, annoyances, petty oppressions, and other trivialities” do not give rise to a claim for emotional distress. The judge said Amber’s alleged tirade was nothing more than beef between former in-laws. (TMZ)

Back in August, screenshots surfaced of Amber acknowledging the hefty legal nightmare.

The same week, a report surfaced about Wiz’s mom going at Rose in a defamation lawsuit stemming from when her friend Danesa Lectic‘s niece allegedly answered a profanity-laced mid-June call.

Letic’s 5-year-old niece actually answered the call, and the suit alleges Levonchuck immediately “launched into a profane attack.” The niece gave the phone to her aunt, who eventually was able to identify herself. According to the suit, even after knowing she was speaking with a third party, the caller alleged Wimbush-Polk had allowed her own child, Dorien, to die and she was unfit to visit or care for Levonchuck’s and Khalifa’s 4-year-old son, Sebastian. (Observer-Reporter)

Khalifa’s mom wanted Rose to cough up big bucks for a slew of damages caused from the call’s aftermath.

In the suit, filed July 3, Wimbush-Polk claimed Levonchuck’s statements were malicious, “tended to harm” her reputation, lowered her in the estimation of the community or deterred others from associating or dealing with her, and disputes the claim she had let Dorien Thomaz die caused her to be humiliated and suffer severe mental anguish. Wimbush-Polk asked for damages of more than $50,000, including court costs, interest, punitive and other damages. (Observer-Reporter)