Chris Brown Paternity Test
It looks like the Who’s Your Daddy? truck may need to pay a special visit to Chris Brown as he begins a heated custody battle and attempts to establish the paternity of his daughter, Royalty, with Nia Guzman in order to gain joint custody. Brown filed court documents claiming that he is concerned for her safety when she is around Guzman’s boyfriend, King Ba, who is currently wanted by authorities for forgery.
However, Guzman isn’t on board with Brown’s attempt to gain joint custody as she is reportedly prepared to contest his request by claiming that he too is an unfit parent and may put Royalty in harms way. She likely will need little ammunition to back her claims as Brown has a lengthy history of violent outbursts, drug use, failing drug tests and has a felony conviction under his belt for his 2013 assault on Rihanna.
She is also claiming to have ended her relationship with Ba, who happens to be listed on the birth certificate rather than Brown. “The allegations that have been made against Nia Guzman are completely false. Nia has not been in a dating relationship with Ba for several months and she has no criminal record and have took part in any criminal activity with Ba,” according to Guzman’s representative, Domenick Nati. “Also, Nia is not trying to obtain any fame or additional money from Chris Brown other than the child support that is expected for the raising of their child and she asks that the press and general public would stop hurling false accusations at her and her daughter,” he continued.
Brown is new to his role as a father as he confirmed on Twitter earlier this year in a post featuring a picture of he and Royalty with a caption that read, “God has blessed me with my twin.” His tone soon turned sour as the co-parenting relationship with Guzman hit a snag as he fired off tweets saying ,”Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets.”
Both parents are set to appear in court in September to plead their cases in front of a judge and there has yet to be a ruling on Brown’s request to conduct a legal paternity test.