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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Threatt Young just put his three alleged mistresses on front street.

Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show Nicole's attorneys subpoenaed three women: singer Jillian Speer, model Kili Anderson and hip-hop artist Crystal Rogers to testify in Nicole's bid to overturn Dre's ironclad prenup.

All three women are fighting Nicole's efforts to force them to testify amid Dre and Nicole's bitter public divorce.

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Nicole wants them to sit for depositions conducted by her legal team who will attempt to extract Dre's secrets that he may have spilled during pillow talk.

According to the Mail, all three woman have hired lawyer Kris LeFan, who filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, saying none of the women have "information relevant to the enforceability of the pre-marital agreement."

Nicole claims Dre tore up the original prenup she signed before they married in 1996.

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But Dr. Dre, real name Andre Young, wants a judge to determine whether his prenup is valid and enforceable.

Dre's substantial wealth is estimated at $1 billion -- and Nicole believes she's entitled to half after 24 years of marriage.

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The Los Angeles Police Department has opened an investigation into Dr. Dre's estranged wife, Nicole Young, for cleaning out one of their corporate accounts.

Nicole is being investigated by the LAPD for alleged embezzlement, sources close to the case tell TMZ.

Dre's business partner, Larry Chatman, recently filed a police report, claiming Nicole, 50, withdrew hundreds of thousands of dollars from their business account without authorization.

Larry had previously alleged similar allegations in legal letters fired off to Nicole's attorneys in the past few weeks, and the LAPD launched an investigation into the case.

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In the report to the LAPD, Dre's team claims Nicole cleaned out a corporate account, stealing $385,029 from the label she co-owned with Dre.

As TMZ previously reported, Dre, 55, called out Nicole for making 2 bank withdrawals -- which totaled the $385k -- after filing for divorce. Nicole claims she had a right to withdraw the cash because her name was on the corporate account.

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Nicole, pictured during happier times with Dre, could face up to 20 years in prison if she is convicted of embezzling funds from the now defunct business.

Nicole's legal team tells TMZ Larry's claims against her are nothing but a smear attempt and a PR stunt because, so far, she is losing the court battle. Her attorneys maintain she's done nothing wrong.

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Dr. Dre just won a small victory against his estranged wife Nicole in divorce court. A judge in their bitter divorce case rejected Nicole's request for $1.5 million to pay for security.

The judge also rejected a motion to accelerate her request that Dre pay her lawyers $5 million in legal fees.

Nicole's lawyers were in court Thursday morning, telling the judge that Nicole needs $1.5 million for security because she's been receiving death threats on social media.

Some of the social media commenting from total strangers said things like, "If she dies, she dies," and "For a small fee she can disappear."

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The judge rejected her claim, in part because she got rid of her security team that Dre was paying for. She claimed Dre was too controlling and wanted to hire security on her own.

She claimed Dre threatened to fire the security if they didn't follow his orders. The judge rejected her request, and Dre's lawyer, Laura Wasser, told the judge Dre is still willing to pay all of Nicole's expenses pending the divorce, including security. The judge then ordered that.

Nicole's lawyers also asked the judge to move up the hearing on their attorney's fees -- specifically, they're asking Dre to pay $5 million in lawyer's fees for Nicole. The hearing was set for January but the lawyers wanted it held this month. The judge rejected the request.

We're told Nicole's lawyers have racked up a $250,000 bill so far. Dre's bill is $75,000.

In rejecting Nicole's arguments, the judge noted there are serious domestic violence and custody cases he has to deal with, and this is not in the same universe.

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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young is demanding almost $2 million a month in temporary spousal support to maintain the life of caviar and champagne that she has grown accustomed to as the wife of a billionaire mogul.

Young filed court documents detailing her monthly expenses to justify the excessive amount of cash sh's asking for as their divorce battle continues.

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According to TMZ.com, 50-year-old mother-of-two is requesting $1,936,399 per month in spousal support, in addition to $5 million to cover her legal fees.

It seems Young and her legal team have chosen to ignore the iron-clad prenuptial agreement Dre has in place.

"Dre's going to push back, arguing Nicole doesn't need anywhere close to that amount since her lifestyle hasn't changed," a source told TMZ. "Nicole, on the other hand, will argue she doesn't want to depend on Dre paying all the bills ... thus the need for temporary support."

Young filed for divorce from the rap mogul, real name Andre Romelle Young, in June after 24 years of marriage.

Since her filing, the former couple have clashed over the validity of their prenup agreement, with Young confirming that while she signed the document, Dre ripped it up in front of her as a gesture of his love for her at the time.

Unfortunately, Young didn't pick up the shredded pieces for safe keeping.

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Rap mogul Dr. Dre and his estranged wife, Nicole Threatt Young, are at war over personal property he claims she has refused to return from the former couple's Malibu beach house.

In new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the former N.W.A. rapper, real name Andre Romelle Young, alleges his wife is refusing to give him access to the Malibu beach house she moved into during their divorce proceedings.

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Dre, 55, complained she won't allow him to send someone to pick up his golf clubs, a motorcycle, and a gun.

"Mr. Young sent someone to Malibu this morning to pick up some of his personal belongings (something Ms. Young does almost daily at the Brentwood home)," Dr. Dre's lawyer writes in a note to Nicole's attorneys. "At first, your client said ok, but after walking away for 5 minutes (assumedly to call your office) she came back and rejected the request.

"The items in question are Mr. Young's golf clubs, his motorcycle, and his registered firearm for return to the gun safe at Chalon (the couple's former Brentwood home)."

In the documents, Dre claims he has allowed Nicole access to his home to collect various items she has requested and is demanding he can retrieve his stuff from the beach house.

Dre argued his personal items are not community property because a valid prenuptial agreement is in place.

The rapper/producer and his wife also disagree over the validity of their prenup agreement. She confirmed she signed the document but he ripped it up in front of her as proof of his love for her at the time.

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In the divorce, Dre claims all of his businesses and a large portion of his $1 billion fortune is his sole and separate property that she is not entitled to.

Dre and Nicole, 50, share four sons, Curtis, Marcel, Andre, and Truth, and a daughter named Truly. They were married for 24 years.

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Dr. Dre is challenging his estranged wife Nicole Threatt Young's demand to see all of his financial records for the past decade.

In a new court filing obtained by The Blast, the hip-hop legend, real name Andre Romelle Young, suggested his financial affairs are none of his ex's business.

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The Youngs are in the midst of a bitter divorce, as his ex claims the prenuptial agreement she signed before their 1996 wedding is invalid. Nicole alleges he ripped up the pre-nup in front of her, thus nullifying the document. But Dre claims he did no such thing.

Nicole's lawyers subpoenaed the mogul's longtime accountant to get her hands on his business and banking documents - paperwork Dre wants to keep confidential as it contains his "private information" and that of his associates.

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In his latest filing, Dre states: "Throughout our marriage, I have maintained separate books and records regarding my separate property and my separate property business entities."

He added: "I object to the production of such documents which contain my private information as well as my confidential business information that involves third parties as well. For example‚ there is no basis for the production of my confidential employee employment records."

Instead, Dre is offering to provide Nicole's attorneys with the former couple's joint tax returns over the past decade.

He also had his accountant make an official declaration to back up the super producer's side of the story regarding the pre-nup and the separate sets of financial records.

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It reads in part: "We have maintained separate books and records for (Dre) and each of his separate property business entities for the past two decades. The documents requested span more than a decade and involve at least seven different sets of books and records."

Dre has already agreed to pay spousal support and cover Nicole's living expenses.

A judge has yet to rule on the validity of the pre-nup following their divorce filing in June.

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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young officially challenged his prenuptial agreement after she filed for divorce from the mega producer after 24 years.

Dre surprised Nicole and her attorney by answering her divorce petition and revealing he had an ironclad prenup all this years.

In new legal documents obtained by TMZ, Nicole claims the prenup is "null and void" because Dre ripped up the documents two years after they were married.

In the court papers, Nicole, 50, said she was "reluctant" to sign the prenup and felt pressured and intimidated by Dre.

"I was extremely reluctant, resistant and afraid to sign the agreement and felt backed into a corner. Given the extraordinary pressure and intimidation by Andre, I was left with no option but to hire a lawyer (of course, with the help of Andre's team of professionals) and unwillingly signed the agreement very shortly before our marriage."

She continued, "Andre acknowledged to me that he felt ashamed he had pressured me into signing a premarital agreement and he tore up multiple copies of the agreement in front of me. Since the day he tore up the agreements, we both understood that there was no premarital agreement and that it was null and void."

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Nicole (pictured with Dre and their daughter, Truly Young) didn't keep the shredded documents as evidence to present in court.

Fans say Dre probably brought up the subject of a prenup 2 years after their marriage because his wife nagged him about it, and he told her he destroyed it to shut her up.

Men everywhere praised Dre for having a prenup to preserve his assets. The 55-year-old father-of-five has a net worth of $800 million. Nicole would have been entitled to half of his wealth if she'd thought to keep the shredded documents as evidence to present to a judge.

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Dr. Dre, real name Andre Young, is requesting his pre-nuptial agreement be enforced in his divorce from wife Nicole Young.

Nicole, 50, filed for divorce in June after 24 years of marriage. Nicole, who shares two adult children with Dre, cited irreconcilable differences in her divorce paperwork. The couple married on May 25, 1996.

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Dr. Dre's net worth is estimated to be around $800 million after he sold his Beats by Dre audio products to Apple Inc. for $3 billion in cash in 2014.

Nicole's lawyer cited irreconcilable differences in her petition to end the couple's marriage, and now Dre, 55, has responded to the divorce petition via top celebrity divorce attorney Laura Wasser.

In the new paperwork, obtained by TMZ, Dre notes the date of separation as March 27, 2020 shortly after the coronavirus lockdown began.

Dre said he has no issue paying spousal support, but he wants the pre-nup enforced to protect his assets.

The mega producer is seeking to have any division of property made in accordance with their pre-nup, which was not mentioned in Nicole's divorce documents.

California is a community property state, meaning couples are entitled to equal distribution of assets acquired during a marriage.

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Dre has a total of 6 children, including a son named Marcel with singer Michel'le. He fathered his first child when he was 16 years old.

This is the 2nd divorce for Nicole, who was previously married to former NBA player Sedale Threatt.

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Mega producer Dr. Dre is back on the market. Dre's wife, Nicole Young, has filed for divorce, TMZ reports.

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Nicole filed divorce papers on Monday to end her marriage after 24 years. She is expected to walk away with a bundle as Dr. Dre is worth close to a billion dollars.

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Nicole, who shares 2 adult children with Dre, cited irreconcilable differences in her divorce paperwork. The couple married on May 25, 1996 and there is no prenup.

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This is the 2nd divorce for Nicole, who was previously married to former NBA player Sedale Threatt.

Dre has a total of 6 children, including a son named Marcel with singer Michel'le. He fathered his first child when he was 16 years old.

Dr. Dre's net worth is estimated to be around $800 million after he sold his Beats by Dre audio products to Apple Inc. for $3 billion in cash in 2014.

Dr. Dre, real name Andre Young, was a majority shareholder in the company alongside Jimmy Iovine.