Nia Guzman, the mother of Chris Brown’s child Royalty, gets worried about the safety of their daughter whenever the 1-year-old is alone with Brown. Guzman is now asking a judge to allow Brown to see the toddler only when someone else is also present at the location, TMZ reported Sunday, citing sources.

Guzman reportedly filed the legal documents for supervised visitation while Brown has already filed paternity papers for the joint custody of their child. Guzman, however, wants full custody of Royalty as she believes that the 26-year-old singer is not responsible enough to take care of a child, TMZ reported. She also believes that he and his friends have substance abuse issues, making it risky for the new-born baby girl to stay with her father.

However, Brown believes that these allegations are simply a ploy to get more money in child support, TMZ reported. Brown was paying $10,000 a month in child support to the 31-year-old but stopped it after he was denied visitation with his daughter, according to reports last month.

The "Loyal" singer cried himself to sleep, thinking about Royalty, because he had not seen her for weeks as Guzman made excuses to keep the child away from him, reports stated last week, citing sources.

“He just sits there sad and starts to cry,” a source close to Brown told Hollywood Life, adding: “You’ve never seen a grown man cry until you see him being deprived of being a father to his child. That’s where Chris is at.

“He goes to bed every night crying, thinking about his daughter and when he awakes, she’s the first thing on his mind,” the source said.