*Remember our story on Dr. Dre‘s threat to sue Sony and Lifetime if they proceed with their biopic/flick on Michel’le called “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le” because he says the storyline about him beating the singer is a lie?
Well, the little lady herself, Michel’le, is saying the good doctor might as well put his lawyer on speed dial cause there will no changes made to the film which is still scheduled to air this Saturday
“Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le” depicts the singer’s past relationship with Dre — they have a 25-year-old son together — and includes her allegations of domestic violence. Michel’le appeared on “TMZ Live” Wednesday and basically told her ex to bring it on in court.
She says Dre’s demand to cease and desist is an empty threat because the beatings actually happened. In other words, she has the truth on her side.
Check out a clip of the movie.
Earlier we reported ….
*Dr. Dre is throwing down the proverbial gauntlet. And you know whenever you read or hear the that phrase being used, you know somebody means business. And that’s exactly what the deal is with this story. The super producer and the man behind the “Beats” headphones is not playing.
Dre has delivered a clear threat over the upcoming TV movie “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le” that shows him beating his ex (Michel’le) senseless. The bottom line is that he’s saying loud and clear that he’ll sue if the film airs this coming weekend.
As we’ve reported, the Lifetime network is set to air “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le” from Sony – a production that depicts Dre as a woman beater. TMZ is reporting that Dre’s legal team sent a cease and desist letter … demanding the studio back off, if it doesn’t want to end up in court.
In the letter, Dre flatly denies ever abusing Michel’le. The latter makes reference to the fact that they dated around 30 years ago and she never hinted at abuse or any type of violent behavior on his part. The letter also says she never sought medical treatment or filed a police report.
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