Chris Brown — Total Victory … Joint Custody of Royalty

11 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Chris Brown Seeking Gag Order Against His Daughter’s Mother; Judge Rules On Relocation Request.

TMZ reported that Brown was not present in court for the hearing but that wasn’t the case since the singer has posted a photo of himself and his lawyers at the courthouse.

The judge hearing the case between Chris Brown and Nia Guzman today (September 11) rejected Guzman’s request to have the case relocated from Texas to Los Angeles, TMZ says. In addition to the custody agreement, Brown is also allegedly seeking a gag order that will block Guzman from speaking ill of him in public. “Chris and Nia are heading into court Friday morning to start hammering out a formal custody agreement for Royalty, but sources connected to the case tell us job 1 will be a gag order,” TMZ reports. “Brown filed docs for an injunction blocking Guzman from bashing him to news media AND on social media.” In one tweet, screen-captured by TMZ, Guzman writes “WHATS FUNNY IS IM A SINGLE MOTHER… I MOVED AWAY FROM HOUSTON….

Tuhhhhhh @chrisbrownofficial” In regards to their appearance in court today, Guzman is seeking $15,000 a month in child support from Brown, while he hopes to instead provide $2,500 a month. Sources close to Guzman says she thinks the order is a joke, since she only insults Brown when he “starts with her.” One of the issues at the hearing will be custody time and monthly child support payments.

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