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Cardi B filed a motion to dismiss her petition for divorce from her cheating husband, Offset.

TMZ reports Cardi filed docs in Georgia to officially dismiss the divorce she set in motion back in September. Cardi was dragged on social media by fans who accused her of pulling a stunt.

Cardi took to social media recently to deny rumors that her divorce action was just a stunt to keep her relevant amid the coronavirus outbreak. She then deactivated her Twitter account.

She has up to 30 days after deactivation to restore her Twitter account or it will be deleted permanently.

According to TMZ, Cardi filed her dismissal "without prejudice" -- which is legal jargon for reserving the right to file the divorce again at a later date.

It's the second time she's changed her mind about leaving Offset. Although, she didn't actually file divorce papers the first time.

A judge still has to sign off on the dismissal to make it final -- for now.
 

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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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Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams has finalized his divorce from Aryn Drake-Lee after a bitter three-year battle.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the actor and his ex-wife will share joint legal and physical custody of their two kids Maceo and Sadie, pictured below with their mom on May 3, 2019.

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Aryn gets to keep the former family home in Los Angeles, as well as homes in Brooklyn, New York and Oakland, California.

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Aryn also keeps a leased 2017 Audi Q7 SUV and a 2018 Q5 SUV, while her ex gets the keys to his leased 2018 Porsche Cayenne SUV.

Jesse, 39, will retain all the profits from his Grey's Anatomy run since the couple split in 2017.

All bank accounts and royalties accumulated during the marriage will be split up, and Williams has agreed to cover child support costs and pay spousal support to the tune of $100,000 a month.

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Jesse and Aryn, who were married for five years, still have to work out some details regarding posting images of their kids on social media.

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In 2018, Jesse briefly dated Black journalist Taylor Rooks, 28, before he began dating 30-year-old actress Taylour Paige (pictured with Jesse).

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Jurnee Smollett-Bell, 33, is back on the market after filing for divorce from musician Josiah Bell, 37, after 10 years of marriage.

A source tells Us Weekly that the "Birds of Prey" actress dropped off the paperwork at the courthouse last week.

There may be a delay processing the divorce paperwork because the COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on Hollywood marriages.

The couple last posted about each other six months ago on Instagram when Josiah celebrated Jurnee's birthday.

"In honor of my QUEEN'S special day, I'm going to let a clip from my upcoming EP #psistillloveyou speak for me. @jurneebell 'You're my goddess / From a touch of heaven's chosen...' I love you my baby. Happy Birthday!"

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The couple haven't made a public appearance together since 2018.

Jurnee opened up about her relationship with Josiah in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter:

"We were best friends before we started even dating, so we had this really great foundation. I think one of the challenging things about any lasting relationship is that you have to be so vulnerable. I think as human beings we try to hide our flaws and try to present this perfect person, this person we wish we were to our spouse when that causes so many troubles."

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Jurnee's brother, Jussie Smollett (Empire), returned to social media days ago after a nearly one-year absence.

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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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2 Live Crew founder Luther "Luke" Campbell was blindsided by his wife, Kristin Thompson, when she filed for divorce after 12 years of marriage.

Campbell, 59, is best known for his group's raunchy, bass-heavy rap songs that glorified the strip club culture and helped to take twerking mainstream.

In a statement released to the media, a devastated Campbell explained he was caught off guard and totally surprised by his wife's divorce action.

After twelve years of marriage, on July 17th, my wife decided to file for divorce. It's mind-boggling, hurtful, and a total surprise," he wrote. "I never intended to get married to get divorced. That's not in my DNA nor my family's history. I believe in the sacred vows, for better or worse, but I have to respect her decision."

The father of seven children continued:

"Under no circumstances was there any infidelities nor verbal or physical abuse by me. I am now trying to make peace with her decision as best as I can. It will take time. The most important focus for me now is our son and being the best parent I can in this situation. Most of our family members know about this already, but now I am at the point where I feel an announcement is necessary to my friends.

"Please understand this is not a nasty split, so I would ask all who are aware, not to speak on our personal lives and respect our privacy by staying positive for our son's sake. He is our top priority."

Fans theorize that Campbell's wife may be monitoring the bitter divorce drama between mega producer Andre "Dre" Young and his estranged wife, Nicole Young.

Thompson is the mother of Campbell's seventh child, a boy.
 

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Reality TV star Christina El Moussa is back on the market. Christina and Ant Anstead announced their split on social media this week. The estranged couple share a 1-year-old son.

Christina captioned an image of the pair walking into a sunset: "Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate. We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority."

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Christina divorced her first husband, Tarek El Moussa in 2016. Tarek and Christina are best known for their HGTV renovation reality series, Flip or Flop.

Tarek, 39, and Christina were married in 2009 and their split made tabloid headlines in 2016. They share 2 children, daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5.

Christina met Ant in 2017 and they began dating. He later starred in Christina's reality show spin off, Christina on the Coast. They were wed in 2018.

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Cardi B is seeking primary custody of her 2-year-old daughter Kulture in her divorce from promiscuous rapper Offset.

The "WAP" rapper, real name Belcalis Almanzar, filed documents in a Fulton County, Georgia court on Tuesday to end her three-year marriage to the Migos star. A hearing is set for November 4.

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Further details from the legal papers reveal that Cardi is asking for legal and primary physical custody of Kulture, and wants Offset to pay child support.

But word is that Offset is broke due to child support payments for his 4 other children and the coronavirus lockdowns prohibiting nightclub gigs and national tours. The Migos rapper has very little income and a ton of bills.

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In the documents, Cardi states via her lawyer that the marriage is "irretrievably broken". Adding that the former couple are currently separated, the papers add that "there are no prospects for a reconciliation".

According to the paperwork, the divorce is "contested", with Cardi listed as the plaintiff and Offset the defendant. However, the "Bodak Yellow" star ultimately hopes it will be "settled by agreement of the parties".

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Following the filing of the papers, a source close to Cardi told TMZ.com that she had no idea that her lawyer was going to be state her case that way, and she actually wants the split to be as "amicable" as possible.

"She wants Offset to have joint custody of Kulture and is determined to have an amicable, co-parenting situation," the insider told the website. "Her divorce petition also says she wants child support. (But) she does not want any support from Offset ... in the financial department, she's the Bank of Cardi."

Rumor has it that Cardi knows she would be in for a fight if she sought sole custody of Kulture. Offset knows all of Cardi's secrets -- dirt she doesn't want exposed in court papers.

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Cardi B's ill-advised marriage to promiscuous rapper Offset appears to be over. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper filed divorce papers in a Fulton County, Georgia court on Tuesday, according to Page Six.

The couple wed almost three years ago to the day and shares a two-year-old daughter, Kulture. A hearing has been set for November 4.

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According to a confidential source who has vast knowledge of this matter: Covid-19 is the reason behind the divorce action.

The source said the couple realized they weren’t marriage material during the lockdown. They discovered they have totally different personalities. Also, the lockdown made it harder for Offset to communicate with his Atlanta side piece.

With no club dates and no tours, Cardi and Offset were faced with the difficult task of getting to know each other without distractions at home.

They quickly discovered their 22,000 sq. ft. leased Buckhead mansion was not big enough for the 2 of them.

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The source said Cardi was adamant that Offset take the passwords off his phones. "What are you hiding?!" was a familiar refrain in their home.

The couple's marriage hit a wall when Cardi accused the Migos star of cheating on her, but she decided to save their marriage, telling Vogue last year, "When me and my husband got into our issues - you know, he cheated and everything - and I decided to stay with him and work together with him, a lot of people were so mad at me; a lot of women felt disappointed in me, but it's real-life s**t.

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"If you love somebody and you stop being with them, and you're depressed and social media is telling you not to talk to that person because he cheated, you're not really happy on the inside until you have the conversation."

The ex-couple do not have a prenup in place. Cardi may be forced to pay Offset spousal support.
 

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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.