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Nia Guzman claims Chris Brown is using too many drugs, wants him to pay child support

20 April 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Nia Guzman does not want to share custody over her daughter with Chris Brown and has taken it to court to have more money via child support as she claims that the singer is using too many drugs.

According to reports, the Texas-based mother does not only want complete custody over their daughter, Royalty, but she also wants more money. She has claimed in a recent statement that Brown uses drugs heavily that is why she wants to have her daughter with her full-time.

A source shared, “Chris is smoking, drinking and hanging with his OHB crew and Nia doesn’t like it one bit. He won’t stop smoking on his own and it’s forced her to take his a** to court to have the judge make him stop. Nia’s hands are tied. The only people Chris ever listens to is the robed man or woman that sits on bench with the gavel in hand. At the end of the day, Nia doesn’t want Royalty around him or in his care when he’s high, regardless if the nannies and his mother are there. She wants custody of her daughter, full out, and wants Chris to pay more than the bread crumbs he’s dolling out in child support.”

However, in the past months, Brown was spotted partying but not on a regular basis as opposed to when he was not yet a father. Back in 2013, Brown suggested during the legal proceedings regarding his case about assaulting Rihanna, that he should smoke weed to help him with his anger management issues. It is possible that the reason behind him smoking weed now is for medical purposes, sources say.

This is not the first time that the baby mama of Brown attempted to increase child support payments as in the past, she wanted to increase the monthly child support but Brown and his legal team took it to the court. She wanted $15,000 per month compared to the $2,500 she gets monthly.