Dr. Dre Says Estranged Wife Nicole Young's $2 Million Temporary Spousal Support Demands Are Outrageous Because He's Already Paying for Everything

Dr. Dre is says his estranged wife Nicole Young’s $2 million temporary spousal support request doesn’t make any sense because he claims he’s already paying for everything while they figure out their divorce — including her lawyers.

via TMZ:

Dre says he’s letting Nicole stay in HIS Malibu mansion, which he claims is worth $20 mil to $25 mil. It’s interesting he describes the home as his and his alone. As we reported, the biggest bone of contention is the prenup, which could explain why he says the mansion is his.

Dre says his security brings Nicole meals prepared by his private chef 3 to 5 times a week.

Dre also says all of Nicole’s expenses are already covered by him, noting their business manager pays her AmEx Centurion Black Card, and those bills range from $150,000 a month to $350,000 per month.

Dre. says aside from what he calls “unauthorized charges for [Nicole’s] attorney’s fees,” all of her expenses have been paid. As we reported, her lawyers are seeking $5 mil in fees.

Dre. says, “This all seems like the wrath of an angry person being exacerbated by opportunistic lawyers.”

Dre also grouses that he has offered to pay her lawyers an additional $350,000 through the end of the year, but then learned she took nearly $400,000 out of his record company’s business account. He says, nevertheless, he’s willing to pay her fees.

It does beg the question — if she’s already being fully supported during this process, then why is she asking to be fully supported during this process? We’re sure the courts will figure it out.

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