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Dr Dre was reportedly served with divorce papers in a cemetery while he was burying his grandmother.
The rap icon, real name Andre Young, is currently in the midst of divorce proceedings with his wife of 24 years Nicole Young.
And according to TMZ, in the latest twist of the tale, a process server attempted to give him legal documents regarding money owed to Young while he was laying his grandmother to rest.
Sources close to the couple differ in where they claim the documents were served, with those on Dre's side saying they were given to him at the burial site, while those connected to Young have said they were served in the car park.
It's understood that the documents make reference to payments owed by Dre to Young's lawyer.
According to reports, the music producer has already paid $325,433 of a total of $1,550,000 ordered by the courts.
Dre reportedly claims that this figure is a mistake and that he has already paid the full fee owed.
However, Young says he still has an outstanding balance of a whopping $1,224,567.
LADbible has contacted Dr Dre's representatives for a comment.
Young filed for divorce last year and cited 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason for the split.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Dre had been ordered to pay his ex nearly $300,000 every single month in spousal support.
Young initially asked for a colossal $1.9 million a month as well as having her $5 million lawyer fees paid for by Dre.
Ms Young wanted so much because of her extensive monthly outgoings, which include entertainment ($900,000), education ($60,000), laundry and cleaning ($10,000), clothes ($135,000), charitable donations ($120,000), mortgage ($100,000) and 'telephone, cellphone and email' ($20,000).
Dre told TMZ at the time: "This all seems like the wrath of an angry person being exacerbated by opportunistic lawyers."
The divorce settlement has been particularly bitter due to the dispute over whether their prenup was still valid.
Young claimed previously that she was forced to sign a prenuptial agreement before their mid-90s wedding, on account of her soon-to-be hubby's enormous wealth at the time.
He has since gone on to make more than $1 billion in record sales and products through Beats by Dre.
Young also claimed that Dre 'felt ashamed he had pressured me into signing a premarital agreement and he tore up multiple copies of the agreement in front of me'.
She added that they both agreed the prenup was void, something which Dre objected to, saying the prenup was still technically and legally active.
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