On Friday (Sept. 11, 2015), the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer scored a major win in his custody battle with the mother of his only child, Nia Guzman, after a Houston judge awarded him joint custody of their daughter, Royalty.
According to TMZ, Guzman, who wanted to limit Brown’s custodial rights, was denied her request of supervised visitation for Brown. The judge ruled that the two parents will share physical custody, with Royalty going back and forth every four days between their homes in Los Angeles.
Guzman’s demand for $15,000 per month in child support was also rejected. The judge ordered Brown to continue paying $2,500 per month as he’s currently doing.
In August, Guzmanfiled papers asking that Brown’s visits with Royalty be supervised as she didn’t trust the singer to be left alone with their daughter, alleging that the 26-year-old crooner associated with people with known substance abuse issues.
Fortunately for the rest of us, the judge also told Brown and Guzman to make nice and to
STFU already not divulge any details of the custody case to the public.
See? Everybody wins!