Chris Brown may be building a wonderful relationship with baby daughter Royalty, but it looks like he's still at odds with his baby mama Nia Guzman.
According to Royalty's mother (sometimes referred to as Nia Amey-Guzman), the R&B star has stopped paying her the $2,500 a month in child support.
She is now coming after him for six times the amount.
Sources say he had been paying her the $2,500, but stopped doing so because she demanded the $15,000 monthly amount, which he says is absurd.
Chris says she's treating Baby Breezy like a winning lottery ticket; Nia claims the singer is a deadbeat cheapskate and Royalty is paying the price.
TMZ reports that Nia's lawyer, Carl Moore, will file legal papers in the next couple of weeks demanding back child support and a huge monthly increase.
There has also been talk of a settlement, however.
Things can't be entirely bad between the two. They are not together, but Chris reportedly wants Nia to move to L.A. so he can keep his baby girl close.
Unless he's faking it for the world's best PR campaign, and we doubt Chris Brown is not capable of such a thing, he's been ALL about Royalty lately.
He recently posted pics of a playdate with Tyga and King, his bro's little boy, as well as his mother Joyce Hawkins taking a nap with his adorable girl.
Then, at least weekend's Billboard Music Awards, Brown walked the red carpet with Royalty, showing off the cutie and his pride in being a father.
Chris puts in the time and we're sure he'll put in money as well. It's likely just a matter of coming to what he feels is a fair, not forced, arrangement.