LA Court Orders Dr. Dre To Reveal His Finances Or He Faces A $100 k Fine In Divorce From Nicole Young 

Dr. Dre of N.W.A. speaks onstage at the 31st Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on April 8
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The divorce continues!

According to a report, Dr. Dre has three days (Friday, December 4) to reveal exactly how much he earns and what he spends his money on. If he doesn’t, he’ll face a $100,000 fine. In the past, the producer wasn’t willing to do so and now a LA court is ordering him to disclose the details. He has to say the source of where his money is coming from, which includes property sales, rents, and royalties.

Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, is also demanding to know bank and credit card statements plus details of any mortgage payments and properties. She also wants a break down of how much he spends on food, clothes, laundry, and jewelry. A few weeks ago, Nicole accused Dre of having three mistresses on the side, which is why she’s making these requests. 

Dr. Dre recently fought back in court against Nicole’s request to have ownership over his trademarked name, Dr. Dre, in addition to the trademark for The Chronic. Dre is asking the courts to shut her claims down, according to court documents obtained by The BlastNicole filed the request back in August. She accused Dre of transferring the rights to the trademarks into a new company only owned by him. Nicole believes this is an attempt to hide their community property, the article reports. 

Nicole claims Dr. Dre didn’t file to trademark his name until 1997, a year after they got married. The Chronic was released four years after they tied the knot. Dr. Dre says his name is a trademark name he used for over 10 years even before meeting Nicole.