Dr Dre remains in intensive care a week after his brain aneurysm in case he suffers another one... as doctors battle to work out the cause
- Dr. Dre has agreed to pay $2 million in temporary spousal support to his estranged wife Nicole Young
- The rapper is currently recovering from a brain aneurysm, and signed the agreement from his hospital bed
- Dre had a positive health update for fans earlier this week and revealed he would be leaving the hospital soon
- The rapper was married to Young for 24 years before she filed for divorce from him this past summer
Dr. Dre remains in intensive care following his shock brain aneurysm in case he suffers another one.
TMZ reports that doctors are running a series of tests to discover what caused him to have the aneurysm and to prevent any more from occurring.
Sources connected to the musician told the site: 'Dre's where he's been since last Monday, in ICU at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in LA.
- 'Our sources say doctors continue to do a battery of tests to get to the root problem. Doctors also want him in ICU in case, God forbid, he suffers another aneurysm ... if that happens, time would be of the essence.'
'We don't know if Dre has gone into surgery, but that's usually the case to stop bleeding.'
The site reports that the musician is resting comfortably, and doctors are said to have informed his family that a 'bad outcome' doesn't appear to be on the horizon.
The latest news comes after it was reported that Dr Dre, real name Andre Romelle Young, has agreed to pay $2 million in temporary spousal support to his estranged wife Nicole Young amid their ongoing divorce battle.
The rapper, 55 signed the deal from his bed at Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Young was initially seeking $2 million monthly on top of $5 million in legal fees, but Dre will not be paying the legal fees she originally asked for.
The amount Dre agreed to pay his ex is a one-time fee, however that might change depending on their upcoming court hearing in April 2021.
On top of the millions Dre has agreed to pay, he will also continue to pay for the Malibu and Pacific Palisades homes where Young and her mother live for the next few months.
Currently, Dre has been paying Young $293,306 a month in temporary support.
Young filed for divorce from The Next Episode artist earlier this summer after 24 years of marriage, and they share two children - son Truice Young, 24, and daughter Truly Young, 20.Dr Dre's wife seeking a divorce from the music mogul.
The new development comes amid a turbulent time for Dre.
Dre recently updated fans on his health and revealed he would be leaving the hospital soon.
'Thanks to my family, friends and fans for their interest and well wishes. I'm doing great and getting excellent care from my medical team.
'I will be out of the hospital and back home soon. Shout out to all the great medical professionals at Cedars. One Love!!' he posted on Instagram.
However the rapper was dealt another blow when it emerged four burglars had attempted to break into his $40 million mansion as he recovered in the hospital.
The intruders targeted his Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, home on Wednesday at around 2am when they saw news reports that he was getting life-saving treatment.
The home's security team spotted the men 'casing' the house and confronted them, according to TMZ, causing the men to flee.
The security guards called police before they could get on the premises. Cops arrived, chased the men down and took them into custody.