Dr. Dre’s ex-wife is revealing new brutal details of several alleged domestic violence attacks, including accusing the famous rapper of “knocking” her “out cold” in a drunken rage.
According to newly released legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Nicole Young is asking the court for a restraining order against her famous ex-husband — after outlining a list of violent assaults she claims to be the victim of during their marriage. In the response filings, Dr. Dre claims he has never laid a finger on his ex-wife, and she is lying about the allegations.
In one shocking allegation, Young claims during an argument with Dr. Dre he punched her “squarely in the face” knocking her out “out cold.”
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According to the restraining order request, Nicole Young outlines several alleged “incidents of domestic violence he perpetrated against me prior to‚ throughout our marriage.”
In the filing, Young claims in 1999 not long after the birth of the couple’s second child — “Andre felt l “disrespected” him while he was at a party.” Adding, “He pulled me away and punched me squarely in the face, knocking me out cold.”
She continued, “I woke up in the passenger seat of our car, without a seatbelt and with Andre speeding at over 100 miles per hour on the 118 freeway. Andre was drunk and out of control. He was swerving and weaving, screaming at me. l was terrified that Andre would crash into the center divider.”
Adding, “He threw my planner which contained photographs of our young children out the car window. l begged him to stop or slow down the entire time we were in the car. l thought l was going to die in the car that night.”
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“In September 1995, during an argument in which Andre accused me of being ungrateful for the life he was providing me‚ decided to leave him and move out of his house. As I was packing up my things, Andre, who was drunk and irate that I was standing up to him, grabbed me by my neck, Iifted me off the door, and slammed me up against a wall,” she alleged.
Nicole included several other violent incidents, including, “In 2012, while we were at our Malibu home, Andre raged at me because he believed I “disrespected” him. He threw me onto the pool table and, once again, held a gun to my head. I was terrified that he was going to kill me. I kept looking outside our window, praying that someone would see what was happening and call the police. I apologized over and over again for “disrespecting” him and begged him to Iet me go. He was so drunk and angry, I did not know what he was going to do.”
Dr. Dre Denies Every Assaulting His Ex-Wife…See Below.
Dr. Dre filed an opposition to the restraining order, which was also recently made public, where he denies any violent acts — accusing his ex-wife of lying about the situation to “obtain money” in the divorce.
“I have never hit, attacked, stalked‚ molested, assaulted, threatened or abused Nicole in any fashion‚ at any time,” Dre states.
Adding, “Nor have I ever surveilled or followed her or had anyone to do so. At no time were the police ever called during our marriage. There were never any domestic violence claims made by Nicole during our marriage, formal or informal. There is no documentary evidence of any alleged abuse.”
It should be noted, a judge denied the emergency restraining order and set a hearing in which each side will testify in open court.
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As we reported, Nicole Young filed the TRO after a song was leaked featuring Dr. Dre calling his ex-wife a greedy ‘b–ch.’
The rapper’s ex-wife took the song as a direct threat, saying, “with the song, he has upped the ante and is now outright threatening me to keep my mouth shut or else. Based on his past threats followed by actual Violence, I am in fear of my safety.” In the documents, she also claims Dre has threatened to leave her “homeless.”
“On July l8, 2020, our three (3) children relayed several messages that Andre instructed them to give me — (That he was going to leave me homeless if I did not let him and his lawyer dictate our divorce. I believe Andre intentionally involved our children in our divorce in order to make me feel guilty because I filed for divorce,” she wrote.
In the end, Dr. Dre says “after learning, last August, of Nicole’s false accusations of abuse, I realized then that I did not know the woman I had married and loved. I now want nothing to do with her. This is why I have not seen Nicole or communicated with her or spoken to her since August 2020 (except when she choose on her own to visit me when I was hospitalized.)
A hearing has been set for the ex-couple to square off in front of an L.A. County judge.