Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young is trying to force three of his alleged mistresses to spill on her soon-to-be-ex husband, court documents claim.
The women, singer Jillian Speer, model-turned-skin care entrepreneur Kili Anderson and Crystal Rogers, aka Crystal Sierra - who is known as the ‘Queen of Latin hip-hop' - have all been named in the latest court filing in the bitter divorce.
But all three are fighting Nicole’s legal efforts to subpoena them as witnesses in the legal war with Dre after 24 years of marriage.
The couple’s nasty fight over the music tycoon’s estimated $1billion empire centers on a pre-marital agreement they signed in 1996.
Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young is trying to force three of his alleged mistresses to spill on her soon-to-be-ex husband, court documents claim. Pictured, the couple in 2018
Crystal Sierra - who is known as the ‘Queen of Latin hip-hop' - is one of three women who were named in the latest court filing in the bitter divorce
Singer Jillian Speer (above) is one of three women who are trying to fight the subpoenas
Dre, 55, says the agreement still exists, while Nicole, 50, insists he tore it up in front of her after they married in a romantic gesture.
Dre - real name Andre Young - wants a Los Angeles Superior judge to determine whether the prenup is valid and enforceable.
And until that ruling is made, he maintains that his business records - which Nicole has filed subpoenas to obtain - are none of her business.
Nicole is also trying to subpoena depositions from the three women who she alleges are former lovers of the hip-hop mogul, but they have all hired lawyer Kris LeFan to fight it.
LeFan, who Tuesday filed a motion to quash the subpoenas, said none of the women has ‘information relevant to the enforceability’ of the