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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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A judge is set to sign off on Dr. Dre and Nicole Young's bitter divorce case, allowing the rap mogul and the socialite to marry other partners.

The judge who presided over the former couple's divorce case will sign off on the paperwork this week, according to published reports.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, lawyers for the couple filed a "judgment" in the ongoing nasty case after both parties agreed to sign off on the "status" of their divorce. They have yet to settle the financial part of the case.

According to the paperwork, the ex-couple agreed to legally end the marriage on April 15, weeks after Dr. Dre asked the judge to "bifurcate" the status of their divorce and pave the way for him and Nicole to be single again.

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The couple will continue to squabble over Dre's substantial fortune, estimated to be worth around $800 million. Dre insists his ex should get nothing because she signed a prenup.

However, Nicole claims he ripped up the prenup in front of her as a symbolic gesture of the love he had for her at the time.

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Nicole, a resident of California, wants half of everything Dre owns, as permissible under California laws.

The couple filed for divorce in 2020 after 24 years of marriage. The share two adult children, son Truth and daughter Truly, 19.

Dre has two other sons from previous relationships.

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Dr. Dre and a mystery woman were spotted arriving for a romantic dinner at BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood. The couple was swarmed by paparazzi as they arrived and again when they departed the restaurant.

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The 20-something beauty was scantily dressed in a sheer lace bra with a houndstooth coat and matching leggings, with houndstooth matching heels and a black face mask.

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Dre wore a black hoodie, black jogging pants, white sneakers, a black ball cap and a black mask.

Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young wants to examine the financial records of 3 of Dre's ex-girlfriends to determine how much cash he spent on them while he was married to her.

Nicole says one of the women bought a $2.15 million house with cash in 2019, and she wants to know if Dre provided the cash for the home purchase.

In documents obtained by TMZ, Nicole claims the women's lawyer is trying to delay their depositions until the validity of her prenup is decided by a judge.

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Dr. Dre agreed to pay Young $293,306 monthly until a judge rules on the validity of their prenup, according to TMZ. In addition, he gave her a $2 million one-time payment from his hospital bed when he reportedly suffered a brain aneurysm. The money was for temporary support and she is responsible for paying her attorney's fees.

If you recall, Dre has an ironclad prenup that Nicole wasn't aware of until she filed for divorce in the summer of 2020 after 24 years of marriage.

Nicole claims Dre ripped up their prenup in front of her a few months after they initially tied the knot. Nicole says the delay in seeking depositions from Dre's ex-girlfriends could potentially affect her spousal support.

Nicole's lawyers say any money that flowed from Dre's bank accounts to his extramarital affairs would be community property and Nicole presumably would be entitled to half of the other woman's mansion. Which means she could evict the woman from the premises.

There is also a rumor that Dre and the other woman have a child together -- which explains the extravagant home purchase.

Dre and Nicole share two adult children - son Truice Young, 24, and daughter Truly Young, 20. He also has a plethora of children from previous relationships.

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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young is making serious allegations of spousal abuse while he's laid up in an intensive care unit.

According to PEOPLE, Nicole, 51, alleges that Dr, born Andre Young, "held a gun to my head" twice in 2000 and 2001, that he "punched me in the head/face" in 1999 and 200 and that he "kicked down a door" while she hid "from his rage" in 2016, among other instances of abuse.

"Andre has verbally and emotionally decimated my personhood to the extent that I currently suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome," she said in documents, filed in the Superior Court of California.

In his response, Dre reportedly told the court that "at no time did I ever abuse Nicole or threaten her physical safety." He called the allegations a "blatant lie" — and that she never called the police during their marriage.

The 55-year-old Compton native is currently in an ICU at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angles, after suffering a ruptured aneurysm in his brain in December.

The rap producer updated fans on his condition on Jan. 5, saying he was "doing great."

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Rapper-turned-actor Ice-T, born Tracy Lauren Marrow, also gave an update on Dre's condition, amid reports that the beloved music mogul suffered paralysis on one side of his body.

"Just talked to the homie @drdre," the "Law & Order SVU" star wrote on Instagram. "He's going good and hopefully he'll be home soon.. But let's keep him in our prayers for a full recovery."

There are unconfirmed reports that Dre's family members suspect "foul play" because Dre worked out in the gym several times a week and was in good health before he fell ill.

One family member suggested Dre was "poisoned" with anticoagulants, a common ingredient in rat poison that causes excessive bleeding, strokes, anemia, and death in rats.

The family member said the rat poison was possibly introduced into his food, beverages, or sprayed in the air at the gym where he worked out.

Dre's security detail has been increased while he is in the hospital.

Dre authorized $2 million in spousal support to cover Nicole's expenses through April while he recovers in rehab following his discharge from the hospital.

The court also ordered Nicole to cover her own security expenses until April 14.

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Dr. Dre reportedly paid his ex-wife Nicole Young $2 million in temporary spousal support while he recovers from a brain aneurysm in a Los Angeles hospital.

According to legal documents filed today, the mega producer authorized the $2 million payment from his hospital bed.

The 55-year-old music producer suffered a brain aneurysm Monday and was rushed by ambulance to Cedars and taken directly to ICU, where he is "resting comfortably" according to his lawyer.

A hearing on the matter of the couple's divorce was heard in a courtroom on Wednesday. Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, was represented by his attorneys in court.

The judge continued the divorce proceedings until a later date to give Dre time to heal from his brain injury.

According to the agreement, obtained by The Blast, Nicole will receive $2 million by this Monday, and she will be responsible to cover her living expenses and attorney fees.

The agreement, struck by lawyers Samantha Spector and Laura Wasser, says Nicole and Dre agree she will be responsible to pay her own security fees for the next few months until the parties are back in court. The judge continued the divorce hearing until April. Of course, at that time she can ask for reimbursement of expenses and negotiate a final number.

As TMZ reported, Nicole wants $2 million a month in temporary spousal support plus $5 million for attorneys fees, but a judge laughed her out of court last year.
 

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Music mogul Dr. Dre issued a statement from Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where he was transported after reportedly suffering a brain aneurysm.

Dre, real name Andre Romelle Young, issued a statement through his publicist Tuesday night, saying, "Thanks to my family, friends and fans for their interest and well wishes. I'm doing great and getting excellent care from my medical team. I will be out of the hospital and back home soon. Shout out to all the great medical professionals at Cedars. One Love!!"

Sources tell TMZ, Young, 55, suffered a brain aneurysm Monday and was rushed by ambulance to Cedars and taken directly to ICU, where he is "resting comfortably," an attorney for Dre told Billboard.

Dre is in the midst of a bitter divorce battle with estranged wife Nicole Young, who wants $2 million a month in temporary spousal support and $5 million for attorneys fees, but a judge refused her request for $2 million a month.

The couple has two children, son Truice, 23, and daughter Truly, 19. Dr. Dre also has four adult children from previous relationships.

Young's celebrity pals took to Twitter to express get well wishes on Tuesday night.

"Dre is recovering nicely," wrote LL Cool J.

"Prayers up for Dr. Dre and his family for healing & Strength over his mind & body," tweeted Missy Elliot.

"Praying for Dre," wrote Ellen DeGeneres.

"Send your love and prayers to the homie Dr. Dre," wrote Ice Cube.

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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.