- Nicole Young is demanding monthly financial support from the singer
- In the documents, the lass is demanding $1 936 399 (R31 million) per month as temporary spousal support
- According to a close source to the couple, Nicole has been living in their Malibu house since she filed for the divorce
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Dr Dre's wife is seeking to get a huge amount of money from the music star as they head to divorce.
The woman who is identified as Nicole Young is demanding monthly financial support from the singer as reported by TMZ.
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In an article by TMZ, Nicole filed legal documents asking for temporary support from the music mogul.
According to the documents, the lass is demanding $1 936 399 per month as temporary spousal support.
The estranged wife also wants an additional $5 million in lawyer fees just in two months since she filed for divorce.
Dre and his wife are engaged in a raging pre-nup dispute. From the look of things, it sounds like a bitter divorce.
According to a close source to the couple, Nicole has been living in their Malibu house since she filed for the divorce.
The estranged wife still has access to all the cars, personal chefs and other luxuries.
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In other news, American illusionist and performer David Blaine made history after flying up into the air using a bunch of balloons.
Blaine floated over the Arizona desert on Wednesday, September 2 by holding onto about 50 helium balloons.
According to BBC, Blaine began his ascension journey on Wednesday morning and the performance took about an hour from lift-off to landing. The event was live-streamed on YouTube.
Though his initial goal was to reach an altitude of about 18,000 feet, he ended up floating 24,900 feet before skydiving and parachuting back to the ground.
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