Chris Brown has gotten a big victory yesterday, when a judge granted him joint custody of his 1-year-old daughter, Royalty.
The R&B singer battled against the child’s mother, Nia Guzman, in a Houston court Friday morning (Sept. 11). TMZ reports that Guzman was pushing to deny Brown custodial rights and only wanted to allow him supervised visits.
The judge didn’t agree with Guzman, and instead ruled that Royalty would go back and forth every four days since both Chris Brown and Guzman live in Los Angeles.
In addition, instead of the $15,000 Guzman asked as monthly child support, the judge ordered Brown to pay Guzman $2,500 per month. The judge also told Guzman to not discuss the case on social media, a request Brown had made before the proceedings.
Browns recently announced that the title of his upcoming album would be named Royalty. He only found out that he was a father in early March, and he’s has been making up for lost time with his daughter ever since.
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