Chris Brown and Nia Guzman are getting ready to really go at each other in a court of law. Guzman, the mother of Brown’s four-year-old daughter, Royalty, is asking the court to grant her the right to receive more child support.
According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Chris made approximately $4,269,067 in the last two years, and Guzman wants a significant piece of that pie – $21,000 per month, or $250,000 at once.
The publication claims that Mr. Brown, 29, pays Nia $2,500 per month in child support at the moment. Guzman believes her daughter needs more money because providing her with whatever she wants is a necessity.
However, Brown, in the court documents, states that giving a “4-year-old” everything they ask for is a recipe for disaster, and isn’t in their own best interest.
Chris, admittedly, is willing to pay Guzman a little bit more money. The singer believes she’s entitled to receive $9,813 per month, rather than $21,000.
An insider close to the case explained: “Nia just wants more money to fund an amazing lifestyle for herself, rather than their daughter together. In reality, what kind of four-year-old needs $21,000 per month to live? That’s completely absurd. She’s asking for money for herself, not her child.”
On the other hand, a source close to Nia had the opposite side of the story to tell: “Guzman has a lot of bills to pay on account of her daughter with Chris; she actually does need the money. Have you seen how much real estate is going for these days?”
Brown, who doesn’t want to give Guzman $21,000 per month in child support, insists that he’s already spending $6,000 for her education, medical needs, as well as a nanny.
The singer is also footing $1770 for travel expenses, $1516 for entertainment, and $419 for extracurricular activities. Chris added that Nia was married to another man formerly, and is also receiving money from him as well.
In her filing, Nia said she only makes around $400 per month with her online clothing store inspired by her daughter with Chris.
Supposedly, Guzman received approximately $20,000 from Floyd Mayweather Junior to create the business, RoyaltyBrown.com. Previously, Brown took to Twitter around the time of winning 12-days-a-month custody of his daughter, and stated, “just sucks that some females use children as a meal ticket.”