Chris Brown has reportedly won joint custody of his 1-year-old daughter, Royalty.
The R&B singer battled against the child’s mother, Nia Guzman, in a Houston court Friday morning (Sept. 11), TMZ reports. Guzman was pushing to deny Brown custodial rights and only wanted to allow him supervised visits.
The judge disagreed and ruled that Royalty would go back and forth every four days. Brown and Guzman both live in Los Angeles.
Billboard has reached out to Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, for comment.
Brown, who was in the courtroom with Geragos on Friday, was reportedly ordered to pay Guzman $2,500 per month in child support. She had asked for $15,000. The judge also ordered Guzman to not discuss the case on social media.
Browns’ obvious adoration of his recently discovered daughter was further proven in late August when the singer announced that the title of his upcoming album would be named Royalty.
The world found out that Brown was a father in early March, and he’s has been making up for lost time with his daughter ever since. Check out the singer’s cutest moments with Royalty here.