Dr. Dre reportedly served divorce papers at cemetery as grandmother was buried
According to a new report, hip hop mogul Dr. Dre was allegedly served divorce papers at southeastern Los Angeles cemetery where he was resting his grandmother on Monday.
Its unclear when Dre was given the documents, with close friends of the former N.W.A. member claiming to TMZ that a process server approached him at the burial site.
Nevertheless, insiders close to the music producers ex, Nicole Young, claimed Dre was given the paperwork in the parking lot, according to TMZ.
Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, is said to have been upset by the situation and refused to take the paperwork.
A legal representative for Dre didnt immediately respond to a request for comment.
Nicole Young filed for divorce in June 2020 after 24 years of marriage. Young, in her divorce petition, mentioned alleged physical and emotional abuse.
Dre, 56, was ordered to pay $3.5 million in spousal support each year to his ex over the summer.
Dre, who is well-known for songs like Forgot About Dra and The Next Episode, is also a co-founder of the Beats Electronics company, which makes headphones and other audio goods.
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