It was a victory for Chris Brown in court earlier this week as a judge sided with him to keep the terms of joint custody the same. Brown appeared before a judge to defend his right to spend unsupervised time with his daughter.
Royalty’s mother, Nia Guzman, asked the courts to reduce Chris’ visitation rights from the 12 days per month that he presently has and ensure that the R&B singer is supervised when spending time with his daughter. Guzman’s reason for such request was that Brown was an unfit parent who exposes Royalty to the wrong crowd. A judge, however, disagreed with Nia’s logic and ruled in favor of Chris keeping Royalty 12 days out of the month without supervision.
The victory comes for Brown just days after he blasted Guzman for sharing an edgy photo of Royalty. Although the 2-year-old was wearing a ballet outfit, the manner in which she posed made her appear older. “It’s crazy to me that a parent would OK dressing our daughter like she 16,” Chris said on Instagram. “I ain’t cool wit that. SHE IS 2.” Many fans agreed with Chris by deeming Royalty’s pose, not her attire, as too mature.
Royalty is Chris Brown and Nia Guzman’s only child. She celebrated her second birthday earlier this month.