Nia Guzman is reportedly furious with Chris Brown and filed legal documents to restrict the singer's visitation with their daughter, Royalty. Guzman's frustrations reportedly stem from Brown's alleged smoking around the 1-year-old child.

TMZ reports that Guzman has asked a judge to order the "Liquor" singer to submit to random drug testing and prohibit him from smoking or drinking alcohol when he's with their daughter. Guzman claims that the infant has developed asthma, and she believes it's because Brown allegedly smokes weed and cigarettes when Royalty is with him. She also fears that Brown has relapsed and started doing "sizzurp," a concoction made with cough syrup and used as a recreational drug, again.

According to the outlet, Guzman also says that whenever Royalty returns from visiting the 26-year-old pop star, her clothes smell like smoke. She wants the judge to either make Brown hire a full-time nanny or wants the singer to have less time with his daughter. In addition, Guzman also wants $16,000 a month in child support. Brown currently gives her $2,500.

According to The Shade Room, Brown responded to Guzman’s claims on Instagram, writing that he and his friends have never smoked around his daughter.

“This is obviously a play to get some sort of increased income,” Brown wrote in a since-deleted post. “I take care of my daughter, and I would never ever put her in a position that will harm her. I’m so sick and tired of negative people trying to use me and slander me … My daughter is my pride and joy, and I will not be played because my lifestyle is different from the other parities [sic] involved. This really has to stop.”

The "Loyal" singer also posted a cryptic message about the struggles of being an adult.


In December, Brown dished on co-parenting and raising his daughter, telling "On Air With Ryan Seacrest" that he wanted to give up smoking because of Royalty.

“One habit I’m quitting for the New Year’s resolution is definitely smoking cigarettes,” he said. “For my daughter to be a light in the my life, I think this is something I need to get rid of.” 

Brown and Guzman spent the beginning of last year battling each other in court over their custody arrangement. The pair finally agreed to co-parent and share custody in October 2015.