Reports surfaced over the weekend where Chris Brown's baby mama — Nia Guzman, accused the singer of owing her back child support. According to The Blast, Guzman claims that Brown was ordered to pay $17,743 in child support back in February. She claims that the singer “has repeatedly engaged in conduct that dramatically increased the cost of litigation. He 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 claims that the singer's actions have created “a great hardship” for her because she doesn't work and relies on him for support. Guzman has also called Brown “an admitted extraordinary high earner,” claiming that he makes $7.5 million a year.
The Blast reports that Guzman is seeking $258,285.24 in back support (which includes retroactive support from the beginning of the case) plus sanctions and “the value of housing that Brown agreed to supply.”
However, Guzman has taken to social media to deny such claims. She told Page Six, “Not true! All is great on our end! Please stop with the Chris Brown bashing.” She continues, “Not true! All is great on our end! Please stop with the Chris Brown bashing.”
The singer's rep also spoke on the situation and told Page Six, “Chris has been taking care of his child and he and his daughter’s mother have no issues.”
In other Chris Brown-related news, the singer had one final thing to say regarding the controversial lyrics on his “Need A Stack” record. He wrote on his Instagram Stories, “Don’t let people twist their meanings when it’s meant to show love… And a n***a ain’t finna jump through hoops to satisfy anyones ego or movement!! I been a n***a all my life!!! Stop playing like I’m out here Uncle Tomming and discrediting beauty. This the last sh*t Ima say on this weird a** forced topic!”