Dr. Dre says estranged wife Nicole Young will not give him back motorcycle, golf clubs and firearms

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Dr. Dre says estranged wife Nicole Young will not give him back motorcycle, golf clubs and firearms from Malibu home they shared … as couple’s billion dollar divorce progresses

Dr. Dre, in his billion dollar divorce from estranged wife Nicole Young, told a Los Angeles court that Young will not give him back his motorcycle, golf clubs and firearms from Malibu home they formerly shared.

The Compton, California native said in docs filed July 30, 2020 that Young, 50, refused to help one of his assistants who went to the Malibu home they formerly shared, according to The Blast.

The former N.W.A. member, 55, used to reside at the oceanfront abode, where Young continues to live, and has since moved into a Brentwood, California home.

The latest: Dr. Dre, 55, in his billion dollar divorce from estranged wife Nicole Young, 50, told an LA court that Young will not give him back his motorcycle, golf clubs and firearms from Malibu home they formerly shared

‘Mr. Young sent someone to Malibu this morning to pick up some of his personal belongings (something Ms. Young does almost daily at the Brentwood home),’ attorneys for the music mogul, whose real name is Andre Young, told Young’s legal team, according to the outlet.

The letter continued, ‘At first, your client said ok, but after walking away for 5 minutes (assumedly to you call your office) she came back and rejected the request.’

The Beats by Dr. Dre mogul’s ‘golf clubs, his motorcycle, and his registered firearm’ remain at the Malibu home, his lawyers said.

The Let Me Ride rapper’s legal team noted that he has allowed Young into the Brentwood residence when she went to get her items, and now wants her to reciprocate.

The Been There, Done That artist and Young have been at odds over a prenuptial agreement

The Been There, Done That artist and Young have been at odds over a prenuptial agreement 

The Let Me Ride rapper's legal team noted that he has allowed Young into the Brentwood residence when she went to get her items, and wants her to reciprocate

The Let Me Ride rapper’s legal team noted that he has allowed Young into the Brentwood residence when she went to get her items, and wants her to reciprocate 

‘Please confirm that Mr. Young can have someone return to Malibu to retrieve his personal items without further interference sometime over the next few days,’ Dr. Dre’s lawyers said.

Young, who is represented by attorney Samantha Spector, filed for divorce from The Next Episode artist earlier this summer after 24 years of marriage, as they share two children – son Truice Young, 23 and daughter Truly Young, 19.

The Been There, Done That artist and Young have been at odds over a prenuptial agreement, according to the outlet.

Young, who was previously wed to NBA player Sedale Threatt, said she initially signed one, but Dr. Dre later destroyed it during the better times in the marriage.

The Beats Electronics founder in court docs has claimed full possession over the family’s $1 billion and property, leading Young to request a $1 million payment to ‘maintain the financial status quo’ for the time being. 

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