Chris Brown has accused Nia Guzman of using their daughter as a pawn in her fight for more child support, but her attorney spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY and explained why Nia’s demanding more money from Chris. Find out all the details!
Before you start calling Nia Guzman a gold digger, you might want to read what her attorney had to say about her fight for more child support from Chris Brown, 26. Carl Anthony Moore, Nia’s family law attorney, spoke to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY and explained why Royalty should be given a lot more money than Chris is willing to offer right now. You might be surprised by the reasons why.
“Nia is not using Royalty as a pawn. Nia simply wants Chris to do everything a responsible father would do; and that’s to provide protection and safety for his child. We want Chris to pay child support! She’s asking the court to award her the proper child support and she wants significantly more than what Chris is currently paying,” Nia’s attorney told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris’ attorney said Nia is using Royalty as a “pawn.” But Carl Anthony Moore begs to differ.
“Royalty needs clothing, food, shelter, and with Royalty being Chris’ daughter, Nia absolutely wants Royalty to have security. You’d be horrified with the life Nia’s forced to live here in Houston. The paparazzi and regular citizens themselves come up to Nia every day while she’s in the grocery store, pumping gas, and even while she’s in the park playing with Royalty. They’re taking pictures, invading their space and Nia is very scared and concerned for Royalty’s safety as well as her own,” he further explains.
“Chris has a lot of fans here in Houston and based on the undeserved bashing he’s given Nia on his social media platforms, some of his fans get aggressive toward Nia and say inappropriate things to her — right in front of Royalty,” he adds.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray