Chris Brown scored a legal victory against his baby mama Nia Guzman on Tuesday. According to TMZ, a judge denied Guzman's request to restrict Brown's custody of their 1-year-old daughter Royalty. This is not the first time such a decision has been handed down; Guzman attempted and failed to secure sole custody of Royalty last summer.

This time around, Guzman argued that Brown is unfit to care for Royalty due to his "alleged drug use and gang affiliation." The judged sided with Brown, who will continue to get 12 days a month with his daughter with no third party supervision.

Though it was not addressed in this custody battle, Guzman allegedly wants to increase the child support she receives from Brown from $2,500 a month to $16 thousand a month.