DR. DRE Answers Wife’s Divorce Petition …REVEALS PRENUP

Dr. Dre just filed his answer to his wife’s divorce petition, and he revealed something she didn’t – there’s a prenup.

Dre’s wife, Nicole Young, filed for divorce on June 29, citing irreconcilable differences. She is asking for spousal support and a division of property.

Dre says in his answer, filed by Disso Queen Laura Wasser, that he’s fine paying Nicole spousal support but he says any distribution of property should be governed by their prenuptial agreement.

Nicole made no mention of a prenup in her petition … and sources connected with her told TMZ there was no prenup. That is not the case.

As for the prenup … Dre’s estimated worth is $800 million.

There are no issues relating to child support or custody … their 3 kids are all adults.

Dre lists the date of separation as March 27, 2020 … just weeks after the coronavirus lockdown began.

The couple married in 1996.

Robert De Niro’s estranged wife Grace Hightower wants HALF his $500M fortune despite $6.5M prenup

Robert De Niro and his estranged wife Grace Hightower have had a rocky relationship. Though they’ve been married since 1997, there were times when it looked like the couple wasn’t going to make it. De Niro filed for divorce in 1999. The two fought over custody of their now 20-year-old son Elliot but eventually found a way to work things out. And the divorce was dropped in 2004. 

They would go on to have another child together in 2011. But in November of last year, the couple separated again. And instead of fighting over the children, this time Hightower wants the money. 

According to Page Six, yesterday lawyers for Hightower stated that they believe she is entitled to half of his $500 million fortune. 

In order to get this $250 million payout, she’ll have to fight a 2004 prenup she signed which stated ate she would be limited to a $6 million apartment, $500,000 in cash and $1 million a year in alimony. 

Now, the two are arguing over the wording the prenup. De Niro believes the document is clear. He also states that she’s entitled to half the value of a second apartment. 

But her legal team believes the prenup would grant her half of what De Niro has earned since the couple reunited in 2004. 

De Niro’s fortune comes from not only his acting credits but his stake in the Nobu sushi chain. 

Hightower also believes she’s due an additional 50 percent of what he’s earned from his ownership in Tribeca Grill, a Greenwich hotel and Canal Productions. 

De Niro’s lawyers believe Hightower is attempting to nickel-and-dime the veteran actor for his fortune. 

What do you believe she’s entitled to?