Dr. Dre’s Three Alleged Mistresses Have Been Ordered To Testify In Ongoing Divorce Battle With Nicole Young
It looks like Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young will be getting her wish and his alleged mistresses will have to testify on their relationship with the business mogul in court. As previously reported, this past October Nicole Young’s legal team was attempting to subpoena depositions from musical artists Jillian Speer, Crystal Rogers (aka Crystal Sierra), and model/entrepreneur Kili Anderson because of their alleged romantic relationships with her estranged husband Dr. Dre.
According to reports, Nicole Young wanted the women to testify in hopes that it would overturn the prenuptial agreement she alleges she was coerced into signing. It’s now being reported that a judge has granted her request and the three women will have to reveal personal details about their relationships with the famous record producer.
According to the judge each of the three ladies,
“may have information relevant to the issue of temporary support and fees as well as….. on the validity and enforceability of the alleged pre-marital agreement.”
In addition to that, the judge also fined Jillian Speer, Crystal Rogers, and Kili Anderson $2,500 each for refusing to comply with the subpoena requests. Speer, Rogers, and Anderson initially denied having information relevant to the ongoing divorce and hired lawyer Kris LeFan to defend them.
However, as mentioned above, the alleged mistresses lost their appeal. The judge has limited each woman’s deposition to two hours. It has also been ruled that Dr. Dre must now grant Nicole access into the Brentwood home that the now exes once shared to collect her possessions and ‘inspect documents’. Reportedly, Nicole wanted to oversee the property and collect her things after she saw posts online shared by Dr. Dre’s alleged mistresses in her bathroom and using her things.
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