When you hear the name Chris Brown, what comes to mind?
Girlfriend beater is the natural first thing. Relentless douchebag is another.
I know I'm not the only one.
But evidently, the judge in Brown's custody battle with Nia Guzman doesn't see it that way, or doesn't think it matters, because the rapper just won a major victory in the fight for daughter Royalty.
Guzman had asked the courts to restrict Brown's custody of the child, claiming that her ex was unfit to care for her, reports TMZ.
Brown's ex alleged that his drug use and gang affiliations would put Royalty in danger, and wanted to enforce strict supervision when the toddler was with Brown.
Guzman also requested that the courts reduce the amount of contact Brown would have with Royalty, who turns two this month.
The verdict? Denied.
Brown and Guzman will continue to share custody of Royalty, and he gets to see her 12 days a month unsupervised.
The former model is also asking to increase her child support from $2,500 to nearly $16,000 a month, but we still don't know where the ruling on that stands.
While Brown continually shows complete and utter disrespect for women, he appeared to be protective of his daughter earlier this week.
Guzman posted a photo to Instagram of Royalty posing in a tutu during dance class, and Brown deemed it most inappropriate.
(The idea that Chris Brown feels justified in calling anything inappropriate still blows our minds.)
"It's crazy to me that a parent would OK dressing our daughter like she 16," Brown wrote in the comments section. "I ain't cool wit that. She is 2!!!!"
Floored that Brown would actually slut-shame his own daughter for her attire, Guzman fired back.
"If anybody thinks something is wrong with a baby... mad at the world in dance class... in her TUTU... U need to go pray! #Namaste," Guzman wrote.
Let's pray the judge made the right decision.