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The Mother Of Chris Brown's Child Takes Him Back To Court For Smoking Marijuana And Cigarettes Around Their Toddler Which Gave Her Asthma

February 1. 2016

Chris Brown's "Royalty" album named after his daughter

Nia Guzman, the mother of singer Chris Brown's 1-year-old daughter, Royalty Brown, has hauled the star back into court on claims he is smoking marijuana and cigarettes around their child, which has given her asthma. Guzman stated Brown returns Royalty to her every two weeks reeking of smoke.

Brown, his entourage and friends needs to stop smoking and around his daughter. Children will develop asthma and respiratory problems when placed in such an environment. Second hand smoke is serious and can lead to cancer as well. It is not something that should be taken lightly.

Royalty Brown and her mom Nia Guzman

As stated in past articles and on my Twitter page, Brown has relapsed regarding drug use and alcoholism and is not taking his bipolar medicine on a regular basis. Brown's friends are active drug users who frequently get drunk and are placing temptation in his path in this regard.

Guzman also placed a request with the court for an increase in child support, from $2,500 to $16,000 per month. The increase is too high. There can be a moderate increase, but $16,000 is too much. It's not alimony, but child support. This should be kept in perspective.

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