Drs. Dre completes divorce with $ 100 million ! ! ! !

Drs. Dre had been married to Nicole Young for about 24 years. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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After 18 months of trial, rapper and coordinator Dr. Dre has finalized his $ 100 million divorce with Nicole Young, sources familiar with the situation told NBC News on Wednesday.

Drs. Dre, whose real name is Andre Romelle Young, has been married to Young for nearly 24 years, and they have two grown children, Truice, 24, and Truly, 20.

Under the terms of the settlement, Young will receive $ 50 million immediately and another $ 50 million in one year, sources said, adding that he is not eligible for partner support. Young leaves the wedding with all the jewelry and four cars: Rolls Royce, Range Rover, Escalade limousine and Spyder motorcycle.

The 51-year-old is expected to leave their home on the Malibu beach by the end of the month and will have to pay legal fees under the agreement, sources said.

Dre, 56, who is worth $ 820 million will keep part of the lion's share of his wealth including his major inscriptions, trademarks and interests in various relationships and trusts, according to sources. He will also retain all of Apple's stock, including revenue from his Beats by Dre sale, which was purchased by Apple in 2014 for $ 3 billion.

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The singer will hold six cars and seven couples' venues, including the city of Malibu, two homes in Calabasas, and four places in the LA area, including the Brentwood estate worth $ 100 million, sources said.

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Rolling Stone reported that Dre was "delighted" that his ex-wife would get one-fifth of his liquid assets and that he would have received more if he had settled down sooner.

Young signed a prenuptial agreement when the couple got married in 1996, which he argued was signed under pressure.

Young first filed for divorce in 2020, citing the trauma he said caused “post-traumatic stress syndrome.” Young said in court papers that Dre "grabbed my gun in my head" twice and "hit me in the head / face" in 1999 and 2000.

Dre vehemently denied the allegations.