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$20K/Month For A Cell Phone?! Dr. Dre’s Estranged Wife Makes Domestic Abuse Claims, Provides Detailed Breakdown Of Monthly $2M Spousal Support

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Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, is now making domestic abuse claims amid her divorce from the music mogul. She also breaks down her monthly expenses to explain why she’s requesting $2 million a month in spousal support. Get it all inside…

More details about Dr. Dre and Nicole Young’s divorce are coming out.

Rumors about the music mogul being violent and abusive towards women have been circulating for decades. But none of the accusations ever came from his wife (who remained by his side amid previous abuse scandals) until now. She’s no longer keeping quiet about the alleged abuse she endured at the hands of the man she has been married to for the last 24 years.

While she didn’t lay out a full timeline of abuse over their marriage in the legal docs, she did note an incident that allegedly went down a few months ago.

On April 1st, Nicole claims Dr. Dre started going off during a drunken rant inside their West L.A. home.

"F*** you. F*** you. Get the f*** out. Get the f*** out. Go to Malibu," he allegedly yelled at her.

Next, she claims he threatened her.

"Do not spend one more cent ... period,” she said he told her. “You can't be mean and disrespectful and spend my hard-earned money. F*** that!!! Yes that's a threat ... I'm putting the beach house up for sale next week ..."

She also detailed an encounter with Dre's brother-in-law that left her shook. She said his brother-in-law came to the Malibu home to “pick up his Glock.” She didn’t give it to him because she said she feared Dre and that he had a "history of violence and coercive control, both before and during the marriage."

No details were revealed, but she mentioned menacing texts messages from Dre after they separated. In one, he allegedly said, "Why are you ignoring me? Why are you ignoring me ... should I come see you?" She said the text was "frightening" and instilled fear in her.

Nicole filed for divorce from Dr. Dre Dre (real name Andre Romelle Young) in June 2020. She’s requesting $2 million ($1,936,399 to be exact) monthly in temporary spousal support while they sort through divorce proceedings and she wants him to pay $5 million in lawyer fees. She's not playing any games.

Nicole said her estranged husband has threatened “war” if her lawyers continue to dig into his personal finances.

Sources told TMZ, Nicole doesn’t need that amount of money a month because nothing has really changed other than her living in Malibu. They claim he has provided chefs, security, etc. On the flip side, Nicole’s lawyer said Dr. Dre should pay up because she’s been having trouble making ends meet since Dre controls all of their assets. Not only that, it’s alleged he stopped her Am Ex charges.

In the legal docs, Nicole down her monthly expenses:

Laundry and cleaning $10,000 a month

Clothes $135,000 a month

Education (tuition and living expenses) $60,000 a month

Entertainment $900,000 a month

Charitable contributions $125,000 a month

Mortgage. $100,000 a month

Telephone, cell phone, e-mail $20,000 a month

That totals $1,350,000. It’s unclear what the extra $586,399 she’s requesting is for.

$90K for entertainment and $20K for a cellphone? Sheesh!

There’s also drama with their alleged prenup. At first it was reported the former couple didn’t have a prenup. However, that may not be the case. In August, Nicole filed documents claiming she was forced to sign under duress on their wedding day. Two years later, Dre supposedly told her he was ashamed he made her sign the prenup and allegedly tore it up in front of her.

It was previously reported that their prenuptial agreement could possibly mean Nicole will NOT be entitled to half of her husband’s $800 million fortune. Yikes! However, some courts will deem a prenup stale or invalid after 10 years if it isn't updated.

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