Though he’s been marred by civil suits and criminal proceedings this past year, Chris Brown just won one of his most important legal battles.
TMZ reports that the singer was awarded joint custody of his daughter, Royalty, and will only have to pay $2,500 a month in child support instead of the $15,000 the baby’s mother Nia Guzman had been asking for.
The parents–who each live in Los Angeles–will split physical custody 50-50, with Royalty going back and forth every four days.
Guzman wanted a Houston judge to deny Chris’ custodial rights and only award him supervised visitation. Instead, they will now split time with their daughter equally.
In addition the judge ordered Guzman to stop trash talking Chris and to not speak about the case on social media.