Coming to an end!
After a messy court battle, Dr. Dre and ex Nicole Young have reportedly reached an agreement in principle on their divorce.
The duo have been at each other's throats over money for a while. Young demanded $2 million a month in temporary spousal support, but the legendary producer ended up doling out a one-time $2 million check and $500,000 in attorney fees, reported TMZ. In a viral photo, the businessman is sitting in front of balloons that read "Divorced AF."
An insider close to the agreement spilled the deal has not "yet been signed," adding: "This whole thing could blow up again."
The duo tied the knot in May 1996 and Young filed for divorce in June 2020. They share two children together, son Truice, 24, and daughter Truly, 20. The rap mogul is also dad to four children from previous relationships: Tyra, La Tanya Danielle, Marcel and Curtis Young. His late son Andre Young Jr. died in 2008 at age 20.
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OK! previously reported, Young claimed she didn't have enough money to pay the mounting legal bills as their pricey divorce battle continues. In legal documents, the mother-of-two requested Dre (real name Andre Romelle Young) pay a whopping $4,051,541 to help cover the accumulated fees.
Young asked for $551K for legal fees from July 3, 2021, to September 30, 2021. The 51-year-old also requested an additional $3.5 million for any other expenses involving the divorce, including an additional $215K to appeal decisions in the case.
Young alleged her ex — whom she was married to for 24 years — continues to put her through "emotional, physical and financial abuse." The former lawyer stated in court documents, “since the commencement of these proceedings, Andre – whose net worth is in the hundreds of millions – armed himself with a large, expensive team of attorneys from multiple firms.”
Young went on to claim she is entitled to half of the rapper's estate. She also alleged the Beats founder and his legal team are using "hardball litigation tactics" in order to have their original prenuptial agreement tossed from the case.