Baby daddies are winning.
R&B singer Chris Brown was granted joint custody of his 2-year-old break baby, Royalty Brown, in a Houston courtroom today.
The judge also ordered Brown, 26, to continue paying his baby mama, Nia Guzman, $2,500 a month in child support. It's the same amount Brown was voluntarily paying Guzman before she demanded $15K a month in child support.
The judge granted Brown's request for a gag order prohibiting Guzman from trash talking Royalty's father on social media.
Judges all over the United States are taking a bold stance against greedy mothers in child custody cases where the fathers earn significantly more money than the women.
In particular, judges are considering whether the couples were in meaningful relationships when the infant was conceived.
In what is quietly being regarded as the "gold digger" clause, judges are penalizing jump offs, groupies, and gold diggers who seek to profit off their babies.
Such materialistic women typically receive the standard $2,500 a month in child support regardless of how wealthy their baby daddies are.
The "gold digger" clause is meant to discourage gold diggers from filing frivolous child support lawsuits in cases where the baby daddy already supports the child financially.
Mothers such as Nia Guzman, Tameka Raymond, and Tamika Fuller are encouraged to supplement their child support checks by getting jobs.
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