A process server reportedly tried to serve Dr. Dre with papers involving Nicole Young's attorney fees.
From Kanye West and Kim Kardashian to Erica Mena and Safaree, several of the most well-known couples in popular culture have called it quits this year, but few relationships and marriages have reached a boiling point like Dr. Dre and Nicole Young's divorce earlier this summer. Even after the dust settled and Dr. Dre was ordered to pay both $300,000 in monthly spousal support and $1.5 million for his ex-wife's legal fees, the animosity between the estranged wife and husband appears to only be getting stronger.
According to TMZ, the acrimonious relationship between Dr. Dre and Nicole Young was rekindled on Monday when a process server reportedly attempted to serve the legendary West Coast producer while he was a laying his late grandmother to rest at a Los Angeles cemetery.
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TMZ — who has contact with sources close to Nicole Young and Dr. Dre — reports that two differing accounts have surfaced following the heated confrontation in Los Angeles earlier this week, with Dr. Dre's sources claiming that the process server confronted him while he was standing by his grandmother's casket. In contrast to those claims, sources close to Nicole Young have attested that instead of approaching the Compton artist at the burial site, the process server waited for Dr. Dre in the cemetery's parking lot.
Regardless of where the interaction between Dr. Dre and the process server took place, both sides confirm that Dr. Dre responded angrily and left the premises without taking the papers with him. As to the reason why he was being served in the first place, it is reported that the papers involved Dr. Dre's reluctancy in paying Nicole Young's attorney's fees. As previously mentioned, the Chronic artist was ordered by a judge last month to pay Nicole Young $$1,550,000, but TMZ reports that Dr. Dre has so far only paid $325,433, a sum which he reportedly thinks is sufficient.
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