Chris Brown is fully embracing fatherhood but one thing he does not want to do is pay his baby mama Nia Guzman a fortune in child support.
“Loyal” hit maker Chris Brown, 26, has filed legal documents in Houston, Texas on July 1, Wednesday to establish paternity of his little girl, Royalty, with his close friend Nia Guzman.
He also expects a judge to establish custody guidelines, so he can see his daughter more.
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Chris Brown is taking the mother of his daughter Royalty to court, according to new reports.
It’s thought Breezy and Guzman have been at war over child support payments and visitations – with Chris apparently forking out $2,500 a month and Nia seeking $15,000 from the R&B bad boy. TELL U.S.: What do you think about Chris Brown and Nia Guzman’s battle over Royalty?
In a statement he gave last Sunday during the 2015 BET Awards, Brown shared a few revalations he’d had since having a daughter. The singer has recently celebrated his daughter’s first birthday by treating her to a trip to Disneyland, Daily Mail reported. “At the end of the day, love is love”.
The “Ayo” singer learned he was Royalty’s father months after her birth and he and his on/off girlfriend Karrueche Tran split up in March after she found out that he fathered the child while they were together.