Chris Brown Will End Up Paying More Child Support After All

November 2, 2018 / Posted by:

Chris Brown has been fighting with his daughter’s mother Nia Guzman for a long time over child support payments. TMZ has an update on the situation, and it sounds like both Chris and Nia are going to end up happy. Well, as happy as you can be for someone whose child’s father is Chris Brown.

Chris was paying Nia $2,500 a month, plus the cost of a nanny, for their 4-year-old daughter Royalty. Nia thought the number should be closer to $21,000 a month (a steep increase from the $16,000 a month she was previously asking for). A judge sided with Nia, but only in agreement that she should be getting more money. Chris planned on fighting the decision.

Sources say that Chris and Nia have been getting along really well lately, and have been actively negotiating a better child support agreement. The sources say that Nia won’t end up with the $21,000 she asked for, but she will take home a “significant” amount more than what she sas getting. Chris has also reportedly agreed to buy Nia a new house, and cut her a check for $100,000 to cover her legal bills.

They’re still trying to work out the details of a custody split, but sources say that probably won’t get too dramatic; Chris and Nia have been acting as civil as possible for the sake of their daughter.

I’m sure I’m not the only one who is confused here, and I’m not talking about how the hell a 4-year-old kid could possibly go through $21,000 a month. I’m talking about the fact that this is news that involves Chris Brown fighting with a woman that appears end with no one getting hurt and Chris kind of looking like the good guy. Is this what the 5th Dimension meant when they sang about the moon being in the seventh house and Jupiter aligning with Mars? It might be.

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