Double Stories. Chris Brown’s Baby Mama’s LA Home Burglarized/ Police Are Having Major Credibility Issues With Chris Brown’s Rape Accuser

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While Chris Brown is dealing with legal drama in Paris, his daughter’s mother Nia Guzman is dealing with her own drama back in Los Angeles.

The day after Brown was arrested for suspicion of rape, Guzman’s apartment was burglarized, according to TMZ.

Thieves made off with shoes and designer bags that belong to Guzman, 35, her eldest daughter and her 4-year-old daughter, Royalty, whom she shares with Brown.

It’s not yet known if anything else of value was taken from the home.

However, Guzman wasn’t far from home during the burglary. She happened to be next door visiting her mother.

In similar news, Police are having major credibility issues with Chris Brown’s rape accuser.

According to a new report by TMZ, Chris Brown’s 24-year-old accuser, who claims he violently raped her in a hotel dressing room in mid-January for about 25-30 minutes, has some major holes in her story. 

We’re told she told cops that Chris raped her in his hotel suite dressing room for somewhere between 25 and 30 minutes. She says she then went into another room and was raped again, this time by one of Brown’s friends. And then, she said she was “abused” for a third time in another room. We’re told police believe the story doesn’t hold water because she never attempted to leave or alert anyone of the 20 or so people who were in the living room.

Chris Brown To Revise Custody Agreement, Buy Nia Guzman A New Home

Last month, Nia Guzman said 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.”

Fast Forward…

Chris Brown and his estranged baby mother Nia Guzman have been getting along a lot better of late.

According to TMZ reports, Sources connected to Chris and Nia tell TMZ … for several months now they’ve been in mediation and they’ve all but ironed out a deal that would have Chris upping his monthly payments to Nia for their 4-year-old daughter, Royalty.

We’re told Chris has been paying Nia around $2,500 per month. She’s asking for $21k per month, but we’re told that, while she won’t get that amount, she WILL get a significant increase.

And, get this … our sources say as part of the deal, Chris is buying Nia a new house. He’ll also pay over $100k in Nia’s legal costs. We’re told they’re still ironing out details on the custody split.

Nia Guzman Reportedly Claims The Increase In Child Support She Is Seeking From Chris Brown Is To Protect Royalty From His Fans

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The last time we heard about Chris Brown and Nia Guzman ongoing legal battle.

Nia Guzman and Brown disagreed about how much money the mother should be provided. Brown is reportedly worried that providing too much would result in their couple’s 4-year-old daughter, Royalty, becoming spoiled.

In a deposition by Brown’s legal team, Guzman revealed she received $20,000 from a “silent friend” to help start RoyaltyBrown.com, an online clothing store inspired by the couple’s child. According to Guzman, she only makes around $400 per month from the site, reported The Blast.

After some pressure from Brown’s team, Guzman eventually revealed the investor was Mayweather, and the two have “been friends for 10+ years.”

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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.”

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.

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Chris Brown’s Baby Mama Tries to Hide Floyd Mayweather Support

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Last year, Chris Brown’s baby mama Nia Guzman announced that boxer Floyd Mayweather was helping her take care of Chris Brown’s daughter Royalty .

Now that Nia is seeking an increase in child support she’s trying to keep that info on the low…

From The Blast

During a recent deposition by Brown’s legal team regarding a possible increase in child support, Nia Guzman said she only makes around $400 per month in income from RoyaltyBrown.com, an online clothing store inspired by the ex-couple’s 4-year-old daughter.

Guzman said she started the company with a $20,000 gift from a friend, and when Brown’s lawyers asked about the investor, she would only say he was a “silent friend” that helped her start the business. She doubled down about not revealing the identity for the financial friend.

Brown’s legal team pressed until Guzman eventually revealed the backer was none other than Money Mayweather, and that “We’ve been friends for 10+ years.” Guzman says she knows Floyd’s child’s mother too, and that they “all go back many years.” She said the championship boxer “heard about the idea of me wanting to start the company, and he said that he would help with it at no cost.”

Chris Brown Says Huge Child Support Increase Could Be Harmful to His Daughter Royalty

Earlier it was reportedChris Brown is in a money fight with Nia Guzman over their daughter Royalty.

According to the documents, Nia claims Brown has earned an average of $4,269,067 over the last two years, which can be broken down to just over $350,000 per month.

The guidelines for child support guidelines in California, which is based off income, she believes she should receive $21,000 plus per month.

Fast Forward…

Chris Brown  filed documents to fight Guzman’s attempt to get more money, claiming this is already the third time she has asked for an increase in support. He claims based on Guzman’s own financial documents, between her income, Brown’s support, and the spousal support she receives from a prior marriage … Guzman ends up with a surplus each month of $6,628 a month.

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