Reports say that Chris Brown thinks that paying his baby mama Nia Guzman more child support would spoil their four-year-old daughter. As previously reported, Guzman recently hired a new attorney to seek $21,000 per month and $250,000 in retroactive child support. According to Page Six, Brown says that Guzman is financially set due to her own income, the child support he already pays — which is around $6,000 a month for private school, medical expenses and a nanny and also pays upward of $3,000 for travel, entertainment and extra curricular activities. Guzman is also receiving spousal support from a prior marriage.
He’s willing to give her $9,813 per month and not the $21,000 she is asking for. In documents filed by Brown, the singer says that “providing a four-year-old with everything she demands could be harmful and is not in her best interest.” Guzman says the only income she gets is $400 a month from her online clothing store.
Meanwhile, Guzman’s court docs also revealed that a “friend” gifted her $20,000 to start her online business. At first Guzman didn’t want to reveal the identity of the friend but after being pressed by the singer’s legal team, she admitted that it was Floyd Mayweather. Guzman said she and Floyd have “been friends for 10+ years” and that she knows one of Floyd’s children’s mother too, and that they “all go back many years.”