Chris Brown's Baby Mama is Worried Over Fans Shouting At & Harassing Daughter Royalty

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By TheBlast Staff on September 15, 2018 at 9:54 AM EDT

Chris Brown's baby mama has been making a push to get more money from the singer in child support, and now she's claiming the increase is vital for the safety of their daughter.

Nia Guzman claims, in court documents, that the money she's been demanding is squarely to "protect Royalty from CB fans who try and take photographs of Royalty."

She says the 2-bedroom apartment is not ideal for their daughter, especially when it's so easily accessible by the public and possibly obsessive fans. Guzman says Royalty is "trapped in my apartment. She can't go outside," and claims "there's a whole bunch of weirdos," including "People taking pictures from balconies."

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The 35-year-old woman also points out that Brown has had multiple "break-ins at his homes," and frequently has "fans sit out in front of his home." She claims to experience similar situations from people wanting to get close to the singer through his daughter.

As we reported, Guzman admitted to telling Royalty her famous father doesn't help out much in the child support department. Right now Brown is only required to pay $2,500 per month for Royalty and $4,000 for a nanny, but Guzman believes she's owed a huge increase and backpay in the ballpark of $250,000.

Guzman says she's in "survival mode," and even resorted to taking a $20,000 "gift" from Floyd Mayweather so she could start a small business and try to make ends meet.

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It's unclear if Mayweather has financially helped her out since funding the business, but now that he's looking at another huge payday for a rematch with Manny Pacquaio, maybe he'll be in a generous mood.

As for Brown, he has maintained that he believes Royalty is well cared for and that giving his baby mama access to huge sums of money might be harmful to their daughter.

A decision by the judge in the case is expected soon.

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