Chris Brown is celebrating after settling his lengthy custody war over his daughter Royalty.
In court on Monday (28Sep15), the R&B star and the child's mother Nia Guzman officially agreed to end their long-running dispute.
Brown now gets to spend 12 days a month with his daughter, who will take his surname, without supervision.
Royalty's mother initially claimed she didn't feel their baby was safe alone with the star.
The Kiss Kiss hitmaker will pay for all Royalty's nannies, education and health bills and $2,500 (GBP1,560)-a-month in child support. He has also agreed to pay Guzman $15,000 (GBP9,400) in back child support.