Chris Brown, who previously planned to move the mother of his daughter Royalty to Los Angeles, has scrapped those plans over Nia Guzman’s outrageous demands.
Brown was paying his baby-mama $10,000 each, but now wants to go to court to lower the child support because he was denied visitation.
Brown and Guzman are feuding over the custody of their 1-year-old daughter.
The feud between the two heated up after Guzman demanded $4,000 a week in child support for Royalty.
She had initially demanded $15,000 a month in child support, but Brown reportedly wanted to pay only $2,500 a month.
An Instagram war also erupted between Brown and Guzman’s mother after the latter blasted him on social media.
Guzman’s mother stated, “She needs security even when she is with Nia”.
She adds that Royalty “needs to go to a private school and she needs to live in a gated community for his own daughter’s safety!…period!”
Chris responded by stating, “Obviously you aren’t looking out for my daughter by putting personal issues up on Instagram.
“I’m not going to be disrespectful and rude about this becuz I know and they know I provide and take care of my daughter equally. I work and have a job and so will the mother”.
Brown wanted to see his daughter this week, but learned she was with his mother, Joyce Hawkins, in Virginia.
Chris was angry because he has a rather difficult relationship with his mother.
Brown filed legal documents on Wednesday seeking to establish paternity of Royalty in order to resolve custody and child support issues.
The petition was filed in Houston where Guzman lives with their one-year-old daughter.
Brown won two awards at the BET Awards in Los Angeles and mentioned Royalty in his acceptance speech.
The singer stated, “A lot has changed in my life. A lot of mistakes, a lot of lessons learned. Best thing I’m most thankful for is my daughter”.
In March, the news that Chris had fathered a child with Guzman while in a relationship with Karrueche Tran made headlines.
Tran, 27, dumped her off-on boyfriend and he been trying to win her back ever since.
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