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Nicole Young is seeking nearly $2 Million per month in temporary spousal support

Dr. Dre or Andre Romelle Young is an American rapper, record producer, audio engineer, and record executive entrepreneur undergoing a divorce. The founder and CEO of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics has to pay $2 million to estranged wife.


Young filed for divorce from Dre,55 in June after 20 years of marriage. The rapper filed that they had signed a prenuptial agreement. Nicole Young, 50 Dre’s wife is professionally an American attorney. She filed documents asking for $1,936,399 per month in temporary spousal support. The reports are the avenge wife also seeks $5 mIllion in legal fees.


Young asserts that the husband’s net worth is an estimate under the umbrella of $1 billion. Adding Dr. Dre received that much sum during the marriage. Forbes estimated $800 million, the rapper’s net worth. In December, the artist was the highest-earning artist. Young says she is an integral part of the making of the star and takes some credit for his label- Aftermath. Aftermath is known to bring Eminem to stardom.


“Before our wedding date, Andre demanded that I sign a premarital agreement that 16 of his lawyers had drafted”, Young said in a declaration to the filing. Young has questioned the prenup document. A prenup is an agreement made between two people before marrying that establishes rights to property and support in the event of divorce or death Also asserting she ‘unwillingly’ signed the agreement in 1996 amid ‘extraordinary pressure and intimidation’ from Dr. Dre. Nicole claims that Dre and she decided to declare it ‘invalid’ after Dre felt ashamed of making wife sign the prenup. Calling it ‘null and void’ the attorney is taking a full swing at the rapper. The wife claims that the rapper isn’t paying her credit card bills and threatening her to be respectful. While also receiving a message from him that he will wage “war’.

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