Chris Brown’s baby mama, Nia Guzman, obviously knows how to take advantage of opportunities.
This time, she has filed a trademark for her daughter, Royalty Brown’s name and she listed only herself as the owner. The International class 25 trademark includes clothing, footwear and headgear.
Nia filed the trademark in 2016 and has almost finished the process. She has already received an email notification of Notice of Publication. After this phase, the process will be at its final stage which is the publication of the application for opposition. It is unknown if Chris Brown was made aware of the move to trademark Royalty’s name but if he wasn’t aware of it and is not in support, the final stage gives him a chance to oppose the application.
Going with this move, it appears Nia is looking to launch a Royalty Brown clothing line and she is just one step away from achieving this, except Chris opposes it. Chris and Nia have a hostile relationship and have been known to attack each other publicly. They also battled for custody of Royalty in court so it is a wonder how this trademark filed by Nia will affect their relationship and child support situation.
Breezy currently pays $2,500 a month in child support, and he also pays for Royalty’s schooling, health insurance, medical bills and nannies. All this is likely to change if the trademark is successful, especially as Nia only listed herself as the owner, leaving out Chris Brown.
Below are the receipts from the trademark filed.