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Chris Brown and Nia Guzman already have their own issues to deal with as they evaluate their coparenting situation—but Chris’ fame and the rumors that come with it create a whole new set of problems.

TMZ sucked itself into the pair’s family drama after reporting Chris Brown “destroyed” his “baby mama in court,” in an article that maintains Nia struck out on all custody requests and was ordered to pay Chris back all the attorney money he fronted her.

The site reported in the wee hours of Monday morning:

Sources connected to Chris tell us, Nia Guzman struck out on every single request regarding custody of 2-year-old Royalty. Nia wanted full custody — DENIED. She wanted Chris to have monitored visitation — DENIED. She wanted to deny Chris’ mom the right to see the kid — DENIED. She wanted Chris to submit to drug tests — DENIED.

The judge maintained the status quo — joint custody. Chris continues to get Royalty 12 days a month. When Nia filed her legal docs asking for a change in custody the judge ordered Chris to pay her $20k so she could afford a lawyer. But she lost so hard, the judge said Nia wasn’t entitled to the money and gave Chris a credit. There was supposed to be a separate hearing on child support. Nia is currently getting $2,500 a month from Chris but she wanted nearly $16k. Nia has now dismissed her support petition. Legal home run, Chris.

It seems Nia has had enough of the rumors and allegations where her parenting and child are concerned. She promptly responded on Instagram in a long statement that sounds like she’s fourfiveseconds away from suing.

Guzman calls TMZ’s story one-sided, false, and outdated, as her and Chris’ court hearings were over five months ago. If you missed Nia’s Latina interview, in which she spoke out about her and Chris’ relationship moving forward, catch up here.

SOURCE: TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

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