Nicole Dre, the wife of Dr Dre, has stated that she wants an absolute share of the property in the event of a divorce, although Dre’s husband tore up their prenuptial agreement Since the year 2020, there has been some back-and-forth regarding the properties that Dre owns.
Dr Dre’s wife Nicole Young files no prenup documents in court over strangled marriage, not because she didn’t sign one before they got married, but because she says, he tore it up a few years after they tied the knot.
According to the documents, Nicole Young requests the judge to clarify the issues surrounding the couple’s prenup in other words, to put the issue of a prenup behind them before proceeding with the divorce.
In the filing, says going to court was about the couple’s prenup in 1996 before they got married, and he wants it followed.
She claims the legendary rapper and producer ignored the document just a few years after their wedding.
Dr Dre’s wife Nicole
According to the filing, Nicole did sign something before the couple married in 1996 but feels she was compelled at the time to sign the document, and that it was highly unethical and heavily favoured to Dre in the event of a divorce.
In her declaration, Nicole claims Dr Dre pressed her in the days leading up to their wedding, saying, “I must sign a premarital agreement or he would not marry me.”
“I was extremely, reduction, resistant, and afraid to sign the agreement and felt backed into a corner,” she continued.
Nicole claims Dr Dre’s lawyers composed up the document and she was “left with no option but to sign it ‘unwillingly.’
But, in the newly filed documents, Nicole claims that shockingly just two or three years after the couple got strapped, Dr Dre took out the original prenup and Tore it into pieces right in front of her, all while confessing his love.
The filing says Dre “destroyed the agreements as a grand gesture of his love for Nicole and his desire to have a marriage free of any financial restrictions governing their respective rights and responsibilities.”
At the time, Nicole claims Dr. Dre “felt ashamed he had pressured me into signing a premarital agreement and he tore up multiple copies of the agreement in front of me.”
“Since the day he tore up the agreements, we both understood that there was no premarital agreement, and it was null and void, ” she said.
Dr Dre’s wife filed for divorce on June 29, 2020, citing unresolvable differences. She now wants a share of the community property.
Nicole Young’s point is that she and the legendary rapper split all assets, including any cash and real estate at an equal share because they do not have any prenup.