It seems one of Dr. Dre’s biggest projects is finally complete. His divorce to his long-time wife is finally complete.
The Dr. Dre divorce continues to get more complicated by the week. He is now asking a magistrate to verify if his marriage contract holds up in a court of law.
As previously reported, the legendary producer and a mystery woman were spotted out together with many naming and congratulating Jones for the level up. After rumors, The ShadeRoom confirmed that the mystery woman was indeed the Love and Hip-Hop Hollywood star that was seen dining at BOA Steakhouse in Los Angeles with the super-producer, instantly sparking dating rumors. While the two acknowledged the paparazzi, Dre didn't respond to questions regarding the rumored new music before entering the restaurant.
According to The Daily Mail, new court documents state that Nicole Young has accused her estranged husband of holding a gun to her head, punching her in the face, and lifting her off of the ground by her neck.
Once again we are reminded that the pen is mightier than the sword in Hip-Hop. Dr. Dre’s wife might need to lower her expectations when it comes to their separation.
Dr. Dre's lawyers are getting some nice holiday gifts. A judge has nixed Nicole Young's request that the Compton producer pay her $1.5M for expenses that include security.
According to TMZ, Dr. Dre is calling the petitioned request for $2 million a month in spousal support "absurd", noting that the requested amount is unnecessary when is already currently footing the bill for her current lifestyle and their divorce; adding that, according to the legal documents, her lawyers have already made more money off the 2-month old divorce than most Los Angeles residents make in a year.
Dr. Dre's estranged and soon to be ex-wife, Nicole Young, is seeking $2M a month in temporary spousal support.
According to TMZ, Nicole Young filed legal documents asking the court for temporary spousal support from Dre at a whopping $2 million a month. Court docs show that Nicole is petitioning for $1,936,399 monthly in temporary spousal support, including an additional request for $5 million in lawyer fees, despite filing for divorce only two months ago. The documents also note that the amount requested is so she “can continue to enjoy the lifestyle she enjoyed during the marriage,” and requests the spousal support to begin retroactively from Sept. 1.