Dr. Dre Argues His & Nicole Young’s Wedding Guests Are ‘Witnesses’ In Divorce Battle As He Denies Forcing Her To Sign A Prenup
Dr. Dre is said to have requested information on all of the guests who attended their 1996 ceremony in an effort to prove she wasn’t forced to sign their prenup.
Nicole Young previously alleged that she was coerced to sign the document and that Dr. Dre allegedly ripped it up years into their marriage to show his devotion to her.
Now, according to court documents obtained by The Daily Mail, Dr. Dre has called on Nicole Young to
“identify by name and most current known address and telephone numbers of all persons who attended.”
Dr. Dre, who is represented by Laura Vasser, reportedly added that guests are
“potential witnesses regarding her claim of duress’ that she was ‘pressured.'”
The two married in Hawaii on May 25, 1996 and reportedly had no more than 20 guests at their ceremony.
Meanwhile, Nicole Young has claims of her own recently. She alleged that Dr. Dre is faking his concern for COVID-19 to get out of an in-person deposition.
Nicole Young reportedly said the producer and rapper has “freely entertained” several people at his house and other venues, and gone to multiple events
“without implementing even the slightest amount of social distancing protocol.”
She alleged that he’s been spotted with other entertainers without social distancing as well as
“entering and exiting the homes of multiple women around the Los Angeles area.”
Nicole Young reportedly argued that an in-person deposition is needed so that he can’t be coached, and so her lawyers can observe his responses during questioning.
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