Chris Brown is fed up with the mother of his one-year-daughter, Nia Guzman, is summoning the help of a judge to deal with her. Breezy has filed documents in Houston, TX to establish his paternity over his daughter Royalty so he can have more paternal rights, TMZ reports.
The "Autumn Leaves" singer wants to fight Guzman's effort to get $15,000 a month in child support. He is currently paying $2, 500 a month in child support and does not want to pay anything higher than that, as he sees the increase that Guzman wants as unreasonable. Brown wants a judge to set the figure. He also claims that she keeps him from seeing Royalty on a regular basis, which he wants a judge to address as well.