Chris Brown went to court Tuesday with his baby mama Nia Guzman, because she wanted to add restrictions on Chris Brown’s custody because of alleged drug use and gang affiliation. However the judge disagreed with her and denied her request
According to TMZ, Nia Guzman claimed Chris was unfit to care for Royalty without strict supervision. She wanted a monitor and more … Nia asked the judge to reduce the amount of contact he has with the 1-year-old.
The judge wasn’t having it, so the status quo remains. We’re told Chris and Nia will continue to have joint legal and physical custody. Under the existing custody order, Chris gets 12 days a month with his daughter and it will continue to be unmonitored.
This isn’t the first time Guzman has tried to modify or restrict Brown’s access. In August 2015, as Gossip Cop reported, Guzman similarly filed papers to have Royalty’s visits supervised, claiming Brown has substance abuse issues. And while he tested positive back then for marijuana and codeine, it wasn’t an issue because Brown has legal prescriptions for both drugs.
Nia’s also gunning for more child support, although that wasn’t on the table. She’s getting $2,500 a month but wants it upped to nearly $16k a month.
Meanwhile, out of court, Chris apparently blasted Nia on social media for posting a photo of their daughter that he didn’t approve of. Nia shared an image of Royalty in a black tutu and leg warmers, sitting on the floor of a dance studio, on Instagram.