Chris Brown’s daughter acting out amidst child support dispute.
Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty who is quite aware of the child support dispute between her parents, has reportedly taken matters into her own hands by trying to resolve their financial disagreement on her own.
While Chris Brown’s baby mama, Nia Guzman filed legal documents claiming that Brown’s child support payments were insufficient, the singer also filed documents claiming that Guzman is misinforming the child about their financial situation.
Nia who admitted that she did, in fact, discuss financial matters with the child but only because she had asked why they weren’t living in a normal house during a disposition with Chris Brown’s lawyer, left the singer describing the action as “disturbing” and also accusing her of dragging her child in the middle of an adult situation.
According to Nia, Chris Brown’s daughter who lives in a 2-bedroom apartment in Woodland Hills is “unhappy with the housing arrangement, as her father lives in a mansion located in Tarzana. Nia further revealed during the legal proceedings, that Royalty had taken $300 from her grandmother’s purse and taken it back her house.
“She told me she took the money so she could buy me a house because she wanted her own room.”
She wrapped up her claims by stating that Chris Brown allows Royalty to wear the expensive clothes he buys for her when she’s around him, but forbids her from wearing it when she goes back to her house. According to her, the singer asks Royal to switch outfits before leaving his side.
On remaining honest with Chris Brown’s daughter, Nia Guzman said;
“If she asks me, when she brings it up, I will tell her the truth.”
During the child support hearing, it was gathered that Chris Brown currently pays $2,500 per month for Royalty and $4,000 per month for a nanny. Guzman claims she’s owed more than $250,000 in back child support based on Brown’s staggering income as a successful entertainer. She also received a “gift” from boxer Floyd Mayweather to help start a clothing business.