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Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young wants her things back from Brentwood home they once shared


Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young wants her things back from Brentwood home they once shared … and suggests his visitors could wearing her belongings

Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young says that she wants to retrieve her belongings from the Brentwood, California home she once shared with the rapper, telling a Los Angeles court that she feels strangers could be wearing her belongings when he throws parties at the home.

Young, 51, said that she was last at the home in April of 2020 and took away a ‘bare minimum’ of goods because he was harassing her at the time, according to a TMZ reported on Wednesday.

She said that as she left the Compton, California native, 56, told her in a drunken rage, ‘F**k you, get the f**k out, go to Malibu.’

The latest: Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young, 51, says that she wants to retrieve her belongings from a Brentwood, California home she once shared with the rapper, 55. They were snapped in LA last year

The latest: Dr. Dre’s estranged wife Nicole Young, 51, says that she wants to retrieve her belongings from a Brentwood, California home she once shared with the rapper, 55. They were snapped in LA last year

Nicole said that among the high-end items she has stored at the home include designer purses and handbags, as well as couture clothing.

She said that at the home, she has a lot of 20 fur coats in a ‘cedar and temperature-controlled’ closet necessary to preserve the coats properly. She said that she was concerned the headphones mogul could put the coats in a storage unit, where they would deteriorate in the conditions.

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Nicole said that she’s seen instances on social media of guests at the home sporting her high-end apparel, including one instance in which a woman wore Chanel slides she left there.

The Beats Electronics founder’s habit of throwing parties at the home put her belongings at risk, Nicole told the court.

Details: Young said that she was last at the home in April of 2020 and took away a 'bare minimum' of goods because he was harassing her at the time

Details: Young said that she was last at the home in April of 2020 and took away a ‘bare minimum’ of goods because he was harassing her at the time

Backstory: Young filed for divorce from Forgot About Dre artist last summer after 24 years of marriage, as they share two children

Backstory: Young filed for divorce from Forgot About Dre artist last summer after 24 years of marriage, as they share two children 

Young filed for divorce from Forgot About Dre artist last summer after 24 years of marriage, as they share two children – son Truice Young, 24, and daughter Truly Young, 20.

The divorce has been dragged out over a number of disputes about the couple’s belongings, as well as the existence of a prenuptial agreement that Young said she initially signed, and Dr. Dre later destroyed during the better times in the marriage.

Dr. Dre was hospitalized in the wake of a brain aneurysm he suffered at his home in Pacific Palisades, California last month, spending almost a week in an Intensive Care Unit.

In the meantime he gave Young, who was previously wed to NBA player Sedale Threatt, $2 million in a one-time payment for temporary support, as well as $293,306 monthly amid their split, the outlet previously reported.

Split: The couple was snapped at an event in LA in March 2016

Split: The couple was snapped at an event in LA in March 2016 

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