Dr. Dre files a prenuptial agreement denying his wife Nicole Young his property in the middle of a divorce

Dr. Dre files a prenuptial agreement denying his estranged wife Nicole Young his property, but provides marital support amid their fierce divorce

  • The agreement states that the property bought by Dre or Young will be kept separate due to the divorce, TMZ reported on Wednesday
  • Although the document may prevent his estranged wife from taking ownership of his property, it still allows her to receive marital support in a divorce
  • Despite the filing of the application, the judge supervising the divorce will decide whether the prenuptial judgment is valid and enforceable.
  • The 55-year-old rap producer married Young (born Plotzker) in 1996, after previously marrying NBA player Sedale Threat.
  • She filed for divorce due to irreconcilable differences in June

Dr. Dre has initiated another legal salvo in his controversial divorce from Nicole Young, producing a prenuptial agreement that his ex refused to acknowledge.

The agreement states that the property bought by Dre or Young will be kept separate due to the divorce, TMZ reported on Wednesday.

Although the document may prevent his estranged wife from taking ownership of his property, it still allows her to receive marital support in a divorce.

New documents: Dr. Dre, 55, filed a prenuptial agreement stating that he and his estranged wife Nicole Young, 50, would keep all of their property, according to TMZ; seen in 2016 in New York

Despite the filing of the application, the judge supervising the divorce will decide whether the pre-registration is valid and enforceable.

Young claimed that Dre (real name: Andre Young) had previously terminated the agreement shortly after they were married, although he denied her claim.

The prenuptial copy appears to say it can only be revoked or amended in writing, and Dre claims the move was never taken.

The 55-year-old super rap producer married Young (born Plotzker) in 1996, after previously marrying NBA player Sedale Threat.

She filed for divorce due to irreconcilable differences in June.

Disputed: Young claimed that Dre (real name: Andre Young) had previously terminated the agreement shortly after they were married, although he denied her request;  seen in 2018

Disputed: Young claimed that Dre (real name: Andre Young) had previously terminated the agreement shortly after they were married, although he denied her request; seen in 2018

Decades together: The rap producer married Young in 1996, after she was married to NBA player Sedale Threat.  In June, she filed for divorce due to irreconcilable differences;  seen in 2001

Decades together: The rap producer married Young in 1996, after she was married to NBA player Sedale Threat. In June, she filed for divorce due to irreconcilable differences; seen in 2001

The 50-year-old attorney asked Dre for staggering amounts during their divorce proceedings, including $ 5 million for her attorney’s costs and $ 1.5 million for incidental expenses, including insurance.

In October, a judge denied a request for security costs and refused to spend $ 5 million on legal fees.

Young asked her ex-husband for an incredible $ 2 million in spousal support per month.

However, Dre’s lawyer Laura Wasser claims that her rapper Nuthin ‘But A’ G ’Thang covers all the costs since their separation.

His latest application says he is paying for the house in Malibu where Young currently resides, as well as security.

Stunning figures: Young has demanded $ 5 million for attorney's fees and $ 1.5 million for incidental expenses, including insurance

Stunning figures: Young has demanded $ 5 million in legal fees and $ 1.5 million in incidental expenses, including insurance

Disagreement: A statement Dre submitted from his certified public accountant claims that his ex only spends a still huge amount of $ 293,306 a month;  seen in February with daughter Truly Young (L)

Disagreement: A statement Dre submitted from his certified auditor claims that his ex only spends a still huge amount of $ 293,306 a month; seen in February with daughter Truly Young (L)

When she needs money, the courier delivers cash, the report said.

A statement filed by Dre from his certified public accountant claims that his ex only spends a still huge sum of $ 293,306 a month, suggesting that she may have inflated her claim beyond her needs and what she is used to.

In November, TMZ reported that Young had filed documents requesting that Dre be forced to testify in person, instead of his preferred ability to testify remotely via video chat.

He claims that he violated the recommendations on the safety of the coronavirus in his personal life, and remote testimony could enable his lawyers to teach him.

Young is also trying to sue the alleged mistress of her ex-husband.

She and Dre share two children, a 23-year-old son Truice and a 19-year-old daughter Truly.

Awkward encounter: Young tries to sue the alleged mistresses of her ex-husband;  shown together 2014

Awkward encounter: Young tries to sue the alleged mistresses of her ex-husband; shown together 2014

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