Chris Brown's baby mama demands more money for child support

By Drum Digital
26 May 2015

Breezy's baby mama has threatened take him to court not only for an inability to pay child support but also for a hike in the child support payment to about R180 000 a month.

Chris Brown's baby mama has threatened to take the singer to court not only for an inability to pay child support but also for a hike in the child support payment.

Bossip reports that Brown stopped paying $2 500 (approximately R30 000) as child support in March and now Nia Guzman, wants about five times the original amount.

It's been reported that Brown stopped paying child support because Guzman wanted $15 000 (about R180 000) a month which he finds to be ridiculous.

Brown also reportedly believes that Guzman is using the baby as a winning lottery ticket while she claims that he is being cheap and that their daughter, Royalty, is suffering as a result.

Guzman's lawyer has been rumoured to be filing papers in the next two weeks demanding the hike in the child support amount but whispers are that Breezy could be willing to settle outside of court.

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