#Roommates, the increasingly messy divorce saga between Dr. Dre and his estranged wife Nicole Young just continues to escalate. In the latest round between the two, Nicole claims that Dr. Dre is faking being overly concerned about COVID-19 so that he can skip out on sitting for an in-person deposition.
@TMZ_TV reports, Nicole Young recently slammed her soon-to-be ex-husband Dr. Dre for using fake concern for COVID-19 to get out of his responsibilities in their ongoing divorce proceedings. Nicole says that Dre hasn’t been acting concerned about COVID-19 since the pandemic arrived at the beginning of the year—so he shouldn’t be able to use the virus as an excuse to skip court appearances.
Nicole wants Dre to sit for an in-person deposition, but he stated that it must be done via Zoom meeting to keep himself and his legal time safe. However, Nicole claims that Dre has been acting recklessly during the entire pandemic and has “freely entertained” multiple people at home and elsewhere. She also accused him of participating in several social functions “without implementing even the slightest amount of social distancing protocol.”
Her allegations extend to his professional career as well as his dating life, saying that Dre been seen with musicians and techs without social distancing and “entering and exiting the homes of multiple women around the Los Angeles area.”
The reason why Nicole is pushing so hard for an in-person deposition is because she believes that without it, Dre could be getting coached by his legal team on the sidelines.
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