The divorce between hip-hop icon, Dr. Dre, and his estranged wife, Nicole Young, has been pretty messy. And now, things are getting even messier.
Nicole Young is not only calling out Dr. Dre for allegedly having multiple mistresses, but she’s calling on the women to show up in court. According to court docs obtained by Daily Mail, Nicole‘s lawyer subpoenaed three women to testify in the divorce case. The three women accused of being Dre‘s former lovers include singer Jillian Speer, model/entrepreneur, Kili Anderson, and Crystal Rogers, a singer who reportedly co-wrote “Got Me Open” off of Dre‘s 1996 album, Dr. Dre Presents… the Aftermath.
According to reports, Nicole wants to question each woman about Dre‘s cheating, the length of their alleged relationships, and whether or not Dre purchased gifts/property using his and Nicole‘s joint money.
Daily Mail says the women want absolutely nothing to do with Dre and Nicole‘s drama and have hired lawyer, Kris LeFan, to fight the subpoena because the women have no “information relevant to the enforceability” of Dre and Nicole‘s prenuptial agreement. Both Kila and Crystal have set their social media profiles to private. And while Jillian‘s social media accounts are still public, she hasn’t commented on the accusations.
The news comes a month after Dr. Dre‘s business partner, Larry Chatman, filed a report with the LAPD, claiming that Nicole withdrew $385,029 from Dre and Larry‘s business account without their permission. Nicole‘s attorney, Bryan Freedman, fought back, claiming that the accusations are untrue.
In July 2020, Nicole Young filed for divorced after 24 years of marriage.