Fans, trolls and tabloids alike have all watched Chris Brown as he publicly played what seems to be an amazing father figure to his daughter, Royalty. The judge overseeing Brown’s custody battle must see the same thing, as he denied all of Nia Guzman‘s motions against the R&B singer in court.
During their court hearing on Friday, August 12, Guzman asked for full custody, no visitation to Brown’s mother, monitored visitation to Brown, and she also wanted Brown to submit to a drug test, all of which were denied. In fact, Guzman lost the case so badly that the judge ordered her to pay Brown back for the attorney fees that he paid so that she could have a lawyer.
As of now, both their joint custody and child support arrangements remain the same. Brown will receive 12 days of unmonitored visitation with Royalty every month, even though Guzman believes that Brown is unfit to care for Royalty on his own. Originally, Guzman wanted an increase of child support to nearly $16,000 from its current $2,500, but since the custody hearing, she has recanted her petition.
Brown and Guzman have been fighting this custody and child support battle for quite some time. Loyal Chris Brown fans have dragged Guzman through the mud on social media, accusing her of being a gold digger for requesting more child support, even though it’s reported Brown pays for all of Royalty’s nannies, her education and health bills, along with the $2,500 per month in support.