Dr. Dre's estranged wife, Nicole Young, claims she co-owns the trademark to his name in explosive court documents.
In her lawsuit, Young, 50, alleges that the 55-year-old Beats by Dr. Dre mogul (born Andre Young) 'secretly' transferred 'valuable trademarks' to a 'newly created asset' holding company, including his 1992 debut album, The Chronic.
Young's team reported that Dre's transfer of property, which 'he owned with' the mother of his two children, occurred without her 'knowledge or consent.'
Bombshell claim: Dr. Dre's estranged wife, Nicole Young, claims she co-owns the trademark to his name in explosive court documents; seen in 2018
Then, she alleges he 'threatened to file divorce.'
'Two days after the threat, Nicole had no choice and initiated divorce proceedings. Andre's transparent and reprehensible scheme to transfer these assets away, without Nicole's knowledge or consent, so he could retain more for himself in a divorce from his wife of 24 years, and the mother of his three children, is an epic failure and reveals the true nature of his character, or lack thereof,' according to papers obtained by Page Six.
The latest suit furthers that the 'valuable trademarks' were filed during Andre's years married to Nicole, which coincided with Andre's years of rising success in the music industry.'
At odds: The pair, who are reportedly at odds over a prenuptial agreement, share two children - son Truice Young, 23 and daughter Truly Young, 19 (pictured in 2016)
This would make the trademarks 'community property pursuant to California Family Code Section 760.'
Meanwhile, sources close to Dre, say the allegations are 'ridiculous' and an 'attempt to embarrass him into submission,' according to TMZ.
The insider added: 'It's the act of a desperate woman who finally realized that the iron-clad prenup she signed doesn't win her the lottery.'
In addition to accusing him of hiding assets, the outlet revealed she is claiming to be the 'victim of physical, emotional and financial abuse' during their relationship.
Better times: Young, who was previously wed to NBA player Sedale Threatt, said she initially signed one before their May 25, 1996 wedding, but Dr. Dre later destroyed it during the better times in the marriage two years later
'In their 26 years together, there has never been any hint or claim of threatened or actual physical violence and the insinuation is an insult to actual victims of domestic abuse,' the insider claims.
Young filed for divorce from The Next Episode artist earlier this summer after 24 years of marriage.
The pair, who are reportedly at odds over a prenuptial agreement, share two children - son Truice Young, 23 and daughter Truly Young, 19.
Court battle: Earlier this month, she submitted a justification for her request for a stunning $2 million per month in her divorce proceedings
Young, who was previously wed to NBA player Sedale Threatt, said she initially signed one before their May 25, 1996 wedding, but Dr.