Chris Brown Scores Win in Custody Battle with Royalty’s Mother

Breezy wins in court.

Chris Brown’s ongoing dispute with his daughter Royalty’s mother Nia Guzman continues. On Tuesday (May 24), the two parties met in court in a legal battle over Brown’s visitation rights.

Guzman has claimed that Brown is an unfit parent in need of a monitor because of his alleged smoking and gang links. However, the judge has ruled in favor of Brown on this issue (as per TMZ).

As a result, the parents will continue to have joint legal and physical custody and Breezy will continue to have his daughter 12 days a month, unmonitored.

Guzman is still seeking additional funds for child support. She’s asking for $16,000 a month, a raise from the current $2,500 a month. That wasn’t discussed during Tuesday’s court date.

This follows another recent dispute the parents have had over Royalty, which unfolded on social media. Brown accused Guzman of dressing their 2-year-old like a 16-year-old. She fired back, writing, “U need to go pray.”

Earlier this month, Brown threw his daughter a Flintstones-themed party for her second birthday at his house.

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ ?! I think we got a little singer on our hands! #ROYALTY

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