Nia Guzman has not been happy with Breezy for a minute.
Late last year, the mother of Chris Brown‘s daughter fought the joint custody ruling that initially granted Brown time with Royalty. Things calmed down once the singer and Guzman reached a settlement and they even agreed to keep Royalty’s last name as her father’s—but the peace was temporary and ended when Guzman claimed Royalty developed asthma due to Breezy’s alleged weed smoking habit. Now, tension is rising yet again.
Guzman recently demanded restriction of Brown’s custody privileges due to alleged “drug use and gang affiliation.” According to TMZ, Guzman, who is also trying to have her child support increased from $2,500/month to close to $16K/month, strongly feels Brown is “unfit” to look after their daughter without “strict supervision.”
Guzman lost her battle on Tuesday, though. The judge decided to keep their existing custody order in place, allowing Brown to continue to see Royalty 12 times a month without supervision.
While Guzman may not feel that he is fit to raise their daughter, Breezy definitely has his opinions about her parenting, too.
UPDATE (10:53 a.m.): Nia took to Instagram to respond to Chris Brown’s win.
“There is no big victory when it comes to children,” she said in a caption of a screenshot of TMZ’s story. “I never I REPEAT NEVER wanted or have tried to take our child away! And NEVER WILL.” She also clapped back at followers who had some words of their own.
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