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Chris Brown has found himself in more baby mama drama. Nia Guzman, the mother of his baby girl Royalty, has applied for full custody of their one-year-old daughter. If granted, Brown would only be able to see his daughter on supervised visits but the "Liquor" singer plans to fight Guzman's request.
In March, Brown's former girlfriend Karrueche Tran broke the news that he was the father of a 10-month-old baby girl. After her shocking discovery, Tran quickly exited the relationship and despite Brown's heartbreak, he confirmed his plans to move forward as Royalty's father. Then the drama with Royalty's mother, Nia Guzman, quickly began.
In late May, Guzman requested that Brown significantly increase his child support payments, which prompted the singer to apply for his official paternity rights that would allow him to settle child support disputes in court.
Though those rights haven't yet been officially granted, Guzman has now taken further action against the R&B superstar by applying for full-time custody of their daughter. She argues that, due to his hedonistic lifestyle, Brown is unfit to father their child. She wants to limit his time spent with Royalty to approved and supervised visits.
Brown's home has been the target of two recent break-ins, the first from a mentally-ill stalker fan and the second, more recent, violent robbery in which Brown's aunt was held hostage. Both incidents have led Guzman to fear for her child's safety.
TMZ reports that Brown has responded to Guzman's concerns, maintaining he's well suited to be Royalty's father. He says he's increased security at his home, and he denies that he's ever done drugs or hung around "gang bangers" in the presence of Royalty, contrary to the claims of his baby mama.
If Brown is able to legally establish his paternity, he plans to fight for joint custody.
Listen to Brown's latest single, "Liquor," below.