The R&B singer will “significantly” increase his child support payments to his estranged baby mama, following reports the pair has patched up their relationship.
The 29-year-old Virginia native agreed to a new child support deal that includes a new house for Guzman and their child Royalty Brown.
The “Loyal” singer has been regularly meeting the requirements of the initial agreement, at about $2,500 per month, which pales in comparison to the $21,000 monthly allowance she’d been openly demanding in a revised plan.
As part of the reconsidered deal, Chris Brown will reportedly buy Nia Guzman a new house and will cover the portion of his baby mother’s legal costs, at least $100k of which he feels directly responsible for incurring. This is a progressive step in their co-parenting arrangement.
Chris Brown will also pay Guzman’s legal fees, according to TMZ.
The toddler reportedly stole $300 from her grandmother’s purse to help her mom pay the rent on their apartment, according to court records obtained by The Blast.
However, the “Don’t Judge Me” singer argued that, in addition to the $2,500 a month, he paid $1,770.98 a month on vacations and travel for Guzman, $1,516.59 for gifts and entertainment, and another $419 for “activities”.
Chris Brown sired Royalty with Guzman while he was in a long-term relationship with Guzman’s former best friend Karrueche Tran.