Chris Brown hit with big lawsuit.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
LOS ANGELES — “These hoes ain’t loyal.” R&B icons Chris Brown and R. Kelly have at least one thing in common: they don’t pay child support. Nia Guzman — the mother of Chris’ 5-year-old daughter, Royalty — is suing the 30-year-old vocalist for more than $250,000 in back child support. In her supplication, Nia claims Chris “has ignored deposition notices, offered to participate in mediation in a court hearing then failed to even respond to potential mediation dates when proposed, and ignored settlement offers altogether.” She also told the court Chris’ actions have inflicted a “great hardship” on her mainly because she’s unemployed and financially dependent upon him.
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Nia said Chris earns roughly $7.5 million per year. Now she’s seeking an expenditure of $258,285.24 in delinquent child support plus “the value of housing that [he] agreed to supply.” Chris, however, has turned a deaf ear to Nia’s entreaties. That’s because last year he paid $2,500 per month in support in addition to $4,000 for a nanny who turned out to be Nia’s mother.
The “Loyal” singer has already filed a countersuit accusing his baby mama of being avaricious.
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