Chris Brown’s baby mama worried about their daughter’s safety

2018-09-17 14:44
 
Chris Brown. (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Nia Guzman, mother to Chris Brown’s four-year-old daughter Royalty, alleges that she is demanding an increase in child support to ensure their daughter’s safety from ‘a whole bunch of weirdos’. 

The 35-year-old woman who is in a custody war over child support increment with the Freak Friday hit maker, said in an interview with The Blast she was demanding the money to, “protect Royalty from Chris Brown fans who try and take photographs of her.” 

Nai claims that her two-bedroom apartment is easily-accessible and is not ideal for their daughter Royalty who she said is, “trapped in the apartment and can’t go outside” and went on to add that, “there’s a whole bunch of weirdos, ” taking pictures of four-year-old Royalty from balconies. 

During the interview Nai also revealed that Chris Brown had experienced, “multiple-break-ins at his homes” and continually had “fans sit out in front of his home.”

Further adding that she had in the past fallen victim to overly obsessive fans who had used Royalty as a pawn to get closer to Breezy. 

According to reports the 29-year-old With You singer is currently paying $2,500 (R37K) per month for child support to cover their daughter’s expenses, and $4,000 (R60K) for a nanny who happens to be Nia. 

However, the model believes that her daughter deserves an increased child support and further demands additional back-payments of $250,000 (R 3.7 million).

Nia also admitted to being “in survival mode” and that she did in fact accept $20,000 (R 300 K) a monetary gift given to her by professional American boxer Floyd Mayweather. 


Sources: The Blast, TMZ, E!online, CelebrityInsider

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