The case revolves around the celebrated Hip Hop producer’s prenuptial agreement, which Young insists should be null and void after he allegedly ripped it up one night as some kind of romantic gesture. But according to TMZ, Young believes he’s been bankrolling three of his alleged mistresses’ lavish lifestyles and wants them all in court.
The court documents reportedly states one of the women’s lawyers is trying to delay their depositions until the validity of the prenup is decided, but Young wants answers immediately considering it could affect her spousal support payments and the prenup’s validity.
Young claims one of the women bought a $2.15 million house — paid in full — in 2019 and she’s suspects Dre provided the money for the exorbitant purchase.
Dre was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on January 6 after suffering a reported brain aneurysm. While he recovered in the hospital, he reportedly agreed to pay Young a one-time payment of $2 million in spousal support in addition to the $293,306 he’s paying her monthly. He didn’t, however, agree to the $5 million in attorney fees she was also seeking.
Aside from what Dre describes as “unauthorized charges for [Young’s] attorney fees, all of her other expenses have been covered by Dre who reportedly said last September, “This all seems like the wrath of an angry person being exacerbated by opportunistic lawyers.”
Young filed for divorce in June citing “irreconcilable differences.”