Chris Brown's custody battle with Nia Guzman, the mother of his 2-year-old daughter Royalty, has been ongoing since summer 2015. Brown was awarded joint custody last September, a decision that was confirmed by another judge this May. Now, Brown has won another court decision against Guzman in decisive fashion.

According to TMZ, a judge denied every single one Guzman's most recent requests: sole custody, monitored visitations for Brown, barring Brown's mother from seeing Royalty, and mandatory drug tests for Brown. To add insult to injury, her loss means that she has to pay her own legal fees; if she had won, Brown would have paid them.

In other words, the status quo remans. Brown will continue to see his daughter 12 days a month, and Guzman will continue to receive $2,500 per month from Brown in child support, rather than the $16,000 she has requested.