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Dr. Dre can't catch a break in the courtroom.

Just 2 months after a judge ordered Dre to pay his estranged wife, Nicole Young, $300,000 per month in temporary spousal support, he is now ordered to pay an additional $1.5 million in attorney's fees.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the judge presiding over Dre's divorce case has issued a temporary order covering Nicole's attorney's fees.

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Besides the massive spousal support, the judge ordered Dre to pay an extra $1.55 million in attorney fees - for a total of over $4 million.

The legendary rapper has already shelled out a payment of $2 million to her lawyers. And in the past year, he made two separate payments of $500,000 each.

Dr. Dre objected to the excessive attorney's fees - which now total more than $4 million, but the judge dismissed his complaints.

The judge said Nicole's attorneys can charge exorbitant hourly rates because they are "certified family law specialists" with "significant years of experience".

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"Ms. Samantha F. Spector and Lisa Helfend Meyer, certified family law specialists, have significant years of experience in family law and have extensive practical experience in complex family law matters. Considering the level of the case's complexity, and the issues involved, an attorney of their level and skill is reasonably necessary; and therefore, the various hourly rates of the primary and secondary attorneys participating in this litigation are reasonable and justifiable."

Dr. Dre is being ordered to pay all of Nicole's lawyer's fees based on the "disparity" in their assets and income.

According to the court order, Nicole has assets totaling "approximately 39 million dollars" while Dr. Dre has a net worth of approximately "243 million dollars."

The judge also ordered the estranged couple to settle out of court for permanent spousal support before the case goes to trial. Otherwise, their divorce case could end up being the most expensive in history.

Either way, it's a lose-lose situation for Dr. Dre.

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Dell Curry is accusing his estranged wife, Sonya, of cheating on him with a former NFL player -- and then lying to him about her extramarital affair.

Sonya Curry filed for divorce on June 14 in a North Carolina court. The couple accused each other of cheating throughout their 33-year marriage.

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In documents, obtained by TMZ Sports, Steph Curry's father says Sonya is, and has been, dating Steve Johnson -- a 6th-round pick in the 1988 NFL Draft.

Johnson, a 6-6, 245lb tight end, played just one season for the New England Patriots. He left the NFL after 2 seasons with a knee injury.

According to The Virginia Pilot, the father-of-three is president and owner of Johnson Commercial Development, one of the largest commercial developers in the southeastern United States.

The 56-year-old multi-millionaire serves on several charitable boards, including Niswonger Children’s Hospital Foundation where he serves as Honorary Co-Chair.

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In court docs, Dell, left, says Sonya, right, "began her extramarital affair with Mr. Johnson during the marriage and prior to the date of separation, and she lied to [Dell] each time she cheated on him."

Dell said Sonya is actually living with Johnson in Tennessee, and he claims she should not be entitled to alimony because she violated her marital vows by committing adultery.

Sonya fired back that she's in a "dating relationship" with Johnson who treats her like a queen. She claims she lives alone in a modest apartment because Dell kicked her out of their home.

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Sonya is pictured 2nd from right with Dell, left, Ayesha Curry, 2nd from left, and Steph Curry.

The 55-year-old homemaker said her current relationship didn't begin until months after she and Dell, 57, quietly agreed to a legal separation.

She claimed it was actually Dell who was unfaithful to her by hooking up with multiple loose women during their marriage. And she put up with his cheating ways for the sake of their children.

Sonya says Dell's infidelity was known to her children and close friends, and that his cheating was basically an open secret.

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There are rumors that Steph, 33, convinced his mom to stay with his dad when she threatened to divorce him years ago.

Dell and Sonya married in 1988. In addition to Steph, they share son Seth Curry, 31, who plays for the Philadelphia 76ers, and daughter Sydel Curry, 26.

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Steph Curry's mom, Sonya Curry, says estranged husband Dell Curry cheated on her with multiple women during their 33-year marriage.

The Currys made similar cheating allegations against each other in court documents obtained by TMZ.

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TMZ Sports broke the news, 55-year-old Sonya Filed for divorce on June 14 in a North Carolina court, citing Dell's infidelity and "marital misconduct."

Dell responded with a scandalous court filing of his own, accusing his estranged wife of "acts of illicit sexual misconduct" prior to their trial separation last year.

Dell also claims she is now living with another man -- a very rich man. Dell claims Sonya should be prohibited from collecting alimony because she violated the bonds of their marriage.

Sonya fired back that she's in a "dating relationship" with another man who treats her like a queen.

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Sonya said her current relationship didn't begin until months after she and Dell, 57, quietly agreed to legally separate.

She also notes that she is NOT living with the wealthy man. She lives alone in a modest apartment because Dell kicked her out of their home.

She claimed it was actually Dell who was unfaithful to her by hooking up with multiple loose women during their marriage.

She put up with his cheating ways for the sake of their children.

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Sonya says Dell's infidelity was known to her children and close friends, and that his cheating was basically an open secret.

There are rumors that Steph, 33, convinced his mom to stay with his dad when she threatened to divorce him years ago.

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Sonya told friends that, as Steph's popularity with the Warriors increased, Dell started behaving like a single man again.

Dell and Sonya married in 1988. In addition to Steph, they share son Seth Curry, 31, who plays for the Philadelphia 76ers, and daughter Sydel Curry, 26.

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(l-r) Dell Curry, Sonya Curry, Steph's wife, Ayesha Curry, and Sydel Curry cheer during Game 5 of the Western Conference Playoff between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers in 2019.

Sonya claims she didn't initially file for divorce to protect [Dell] and their children "from possible public exposure and scrutiny."

Sonya says once Dell publicly accused her of being unfaithful "she was left with no choice" but to defend her honor.

Sonya claims the couple separated in March 2020.

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Steph Curry's mom, Sonya Curry has reportedly filed for divorce from former NBA star Dell Curry.

According to court records obtained by TMZ Sports, Sonya Curry, 55, filed the paperwork on June 14 in a North Carolina court. A court official tells TMZ Sports the divorce is still ongoing.

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Besides Steph, the estranged couple share son Seth Curry, 31, who plays for the Philadelphia 76ers, and daughter Sydel, 26.

Sonya and 57-year-old Dell first met when they were student-athletes at Virginia Tech. They were married in 1988.

The two were spotted cheering on Steph and Seth from the stands at NBA games for years. They famously wear gear featuring both the Warriors and Trail Blazers logos when their two sons faced off against each other in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

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There are rumors that Steph, 33, convinced his mom to staying with his dad when she threatened to divorce him years ago.

Dell played alongside center Alonzo Mourning when he was drafted by the Charlotte Hornets in 1986.

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Sonya, left, was reportedly a shoulder to lean on for Steph's wife, Ayesha Curry, right, when Steph was having marital problems.

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Kelly Clarkson let out a scream on the set of "The Voice" when she received word that a judge upheld her ironclad prenuptial agreement.

The 39-year-old mom-of-two had been ordered to pay her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, $195,000 -per-month in temporary spousal and child support.

But the same judge fully upheld Kelly's prenup with Blackstock in their highly contentious divorce win, TMZ reported on Thursday.

The legal victory comes as People magazine reports that Brandon requested $436,000 a month in spousal support and child support from Kelly.
 
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A Los Angeles County Court judge will finalize the order and Blackstock's $200K monthly spousal support will be significantly decreased.

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Kelly was awarded primary custody of their children, Remington and River Rose, because Blackstock lives on their farm in Montana, Page Six reports.

Blackstock has two children from a previous relationship.

Kelly will likely have to pay child support for Remington and River Rose, which will cost her $50,000 per month. But that's a drop in the bucket for her.

Court docs lists the singer/TV personalty's monthly income at over $1.5 million.

The "Since U Been Gone" songstress is desperate to sever all ties with hr ex-husband.

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Kelly Clarkson has been ordered to pay her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, $195,000 -per-month in spousal and child support.

The legal victory comes as People magazine reports that Brandon requested $436,000 a month in spousal support and child support from Kelly.

A Los Angeles County Court judge issued the order this week following a hearing on the former couple's property and child custody, according to documents obtained by The Blast.

Court docs lists the singer/TV personalty's monthly income at over $1.5 million.

The new payment plan is back dated to April 1, 2021.

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The documents also reveal Brandon has given up his career as a manager in the entertainment business and is becoming a "rancher full-time".

During the former couple's ongoing divorce, Kelly asked the court to allow her to sell their Montana ranch, but the judge denied the request and ordered Brandon to start covering the costs of the property.

According to the new order, Clarkson is also required to pay $1.25 million to cover Brandon's attorneys fees.

The singer filed for divorce in 2020, after seven years of marriage.

Kelly was previously granted primary physical custody over the couple's 2 minor children.
 

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Kelly, 38, filed for divorce from Blackstock in June after 7 years of marriage. They share daughter, River Rose, 6, and son, Remington Alexander, 4. Blackstock also has two children from a previous marriage: Seth, far left, and Savannah, 2nd from left.

A source tells People that Blackstock, 43, has been "unreasonable" in his requests for support and attorney's fees from the 2002 American Idol winner.

"Kelly's offered to pay for all the kids' expenses, but Brandon seems to think he is entitled to and needs $301,000 in spousal support and $135,000 in child support per month," said the source.

Blackstock claims he needs $5.2 million a year to continue living the life of luxury that he was accustomed to while married to Kelly.

The source said, "Additionally, he's already asked for $2 million for attorney fees when he's the one driving up the cost of the divorce with seven attorneys just representing him alone.

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Nicole Young won a significant victory in court after a judge ordered Dr. Dre to pay her $300,000 per month in spousal support.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the music mogul must fork over $3.5 million per year - as long as Nicole remains a spinster.

Dre, real name Andre Young, and his ex-wife were both in court for a hearing this week.

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Dre agreed to pay the significant spousal support in order to wash Nicole out of his hair for good.

According to court docs, Dr. Dre, 56, is ordered to cut a check in the amount of $293,306 per month to his ex-wife, which is due on the first of every month.

"[Dre] is ordered to pay to the [Nicole] spousal support in the sum of $293,306.00 per month, payable on the first of each month, commencing August 1, 2021," the order states. That equals a whopping $3,519,672 a year in support, not including other expenses.

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Nicole, 51, is guaranteed $300,000 per month as long as she doesn't remarry, according to the court order. Once she remarries, or if death should befall either of them, the checks will stop.

Dre will also pay her health insurance which will be similar to the coverage she had during the marriage. All other insurance for Nicole will be paid out of her pocket.

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Dre and Nicole were married for 24 years before calling it quits. They share 2 adult children - a daughter named Truly and a son named Truth.

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Scooter Braun has filed for divorce from South African businesswoman Yael Cohen after doing all he could to save their marriage.

TMZ reports Scooter filed for divorce on Wednesday in Los Angeles. He has an ironclad prenup in place to ensure that Yael won't take him to the cleaners.

The 40-year-old industry exec manages celebrities such as Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, J Balvin, Demi Lovato, The Kid Laroi, and other artists.

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According to the filing, Scooter is asking for joint custody of the couple's three kids. He's also agreed to pay Yael reasonable spousal support and child support.

The prenup was crafted by uber divorce lawyer Laura Wasser, who is repping Scooter in the amicable divorce.

TMZ sources say Scooter and Yael have gone back and forth after splitting multiple times in the past. Scooter and Yael's latest split came earlier this month. So far, there is no reconciliation.

The ex-couple began dating in 2013 and tied the knot in July 2014.

Scooter recently shared a "thank you" message to Yael on Instagram following their 7th anniversary. He added, "The adventure is just beginning."

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Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds is back on the market. Babyface and Nicole "Nikki" Pantenburg have called it quits after 7 years of marriage.

The singer, songwriter and music producer and his estranged wife issued a joint statement to The Blast, confirming the news on Tuesday.

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"After much thought and with great sadness, we have decided to end our marriage. We continue to care and have respect for one another and share eternal love for our daughter and her well-being. We ask for personal privacy for ourselves and our daughter as we navigate these new steps as a family."

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Babyface, 62, and 48-year-old Nicole, his former background dancer, began dating in 2007 and they wed in 2014. They share a daughter, named Peyton Nicole.

Nicole, who starred in the 1990s sitcom Moesha, is one of Janet Jackson's closest friends. She was also one of Janet's dancers.

Babyface wed his first wife, Denise, in the 1980s.

In 1990, he met Tracey Edmonds when she auditioned for his music video for "Whip Appeal". They married on September 5, 1992, and share two grown sons, Brandon and Dylan.

In 2005, they announced their divorce after 13 years of marriage.

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A woman claims Carmelo Anthony is the father of her premature newborn twins -- and one of the twins needs surgery to repair a congenital defect.

The unidentified woman revealed the tea to Hollywood Unlocked on the same day news broke that La La Anthony filed for divorce from Carmelo.

The woman explained that she bumped into Carmelo in New York in 2020. After turning down his sexual advances few times, she believed him when he insisted that he was not trying to get into her pants.

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Carmelo allegedly told the woman he just wanted to chill and "hang out" with her.

She fell for his lies because of his "good energy and vibe," and they talked almost every day by phone. The two eventually hung out together and later became intimate.

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She told Hollywood Unlocked that, although she knew Carmelo was married, he behaved like a single man because he would FaceTime her from his bed at his home. She also noted that he didn't even spend holidays with his family.

While she admits that she's no angel, she says she honestly didn't feel bad about seeing Carmelo because she alleges that she also knows "who's f*cking LaLa too!"

In September, the woman learned she was pregnant with twins. She shared text messages (allegedly from Carmelo) in which he promises to send her money when he wakes up.

She says Carmelo initially paid for her to get an abortion in Los Angeles, but he never showed up, so she didn't go through with it. The 38-year-old woman said she needed a medical abortion, which means she had to be accompanied by someone. But Carmelo never flew back from Portland to LA to show up for the procedure.

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Question: Do you believe her?