• Nicole Young wants nearly $2 million of monthly spousal support and $5 million in legal fees from Dr. Dre 
  • Young alleged that Dre kicked her out of their California home in April and banished her to their Malibu beach house
  • The two announced their split in June after 24 years of marriage

Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, is seeking nearly $2 million in monthly spousal support from the music mogul amid their messy divorce battle, court documents revealed.

According to court papers, Young insisted that Dre should give her $1,936,399 every month. She also requested $5 million in legal fees from him, TMZ reported.

Young's attorney claimed that she has been struggling to pay her bills since she parted ways with Dre, who allegedly controls her assets.

Dre allegedly tossed Young out of their house in Brentwood, California, back in April “in the middle of the night” and in a “drunken rage,” before sending her to their beach mansion in Malibu, the documents read. The hip hop mogul later threatened to sell the Malibu property.

“Do not spend one more cent… You can’t be mean and disrespectful and spend my hard-earned money. F–k that,” Dre told Young, claims the court papers.

Sources told TMZ that not much has changed for Dre and Young in terms of lifestyle since filing for divorce in June after 24 years of marriage. She still continues to live in Malibu and is still permitted to use her husband’s luxuries, including cars, personal chefs and more, the insiders said.

The sources added that Dre plans to challenge his estranged wife's demands, claiming that Young doesn’t need that eye-popping amount because she still has the same lifestyle.

However, in the papers, Young asserted that she should be able to continue enjoying the lifestyle she used to have prior to their separation, Page Six reported.

In addition, Young claimed in the papers that although she doesn’t work, she “played an important role” in his career. She also wants the spousal support to start from Sept. 1.

After the two announced their divorce in June, reports swirled that they had no prenup. However, it was later revealed that they indeed have one, which Young claimed she was pressured into signing by Dre before their 1996 wedding.

“Given the extraordinary pressure and intimidation by Andre, I was left with no option but to hire a lawyer (of course, with the help of Andre's team of professionals) and unwillingly signed the agreement very shortly before our marriage,” Young said.

Two years after they tied the knot, Young claimed that she and Dre reached an understanding that the prenup was null and void and that the music producer felt embarrassed about forcing her to sign the papers.

But while Dre said in June that he was willing to pay spousal support, he insisted that any distribution of property should be controlled by the terms of their prenup.

Truly Young, Dr. Dre, and Nicole Young
(L-R) Truly Young, Dr. Dre, and Nicole Young attend the Tom Ford AW20 Show at Milk Studios on February 07, 2020 in Hollywood, California. Mike Coppola/FilmMagic