The-Dream is a wanted man. The producer was allegedly involved in another domestic violence dispute and now law enforcement is after him.
Dream’s ex-girlfriend and baby mama, Lydia Nam is claiming that the producer physically assaulted her back in April 2013 when she was six months pregnant with their son. According to TMZ, Nam claims that the 36-year-old punched, kicked and strangled her while at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan.
According to reports, Nam didn’t file the report until November, seven months after the alleged incident. But why so late? According to TMZ, law enforcement is looking for the producer so they can take him in for questioning.
A source reveals to the news outlet that Nam’s allegations are totally bogus and that Terius Youngdell Nash, the producer’s legal name,”thinks she’s a vengeful woman who’s plotting to use this alleged crime as a way to extend her visa in the U.S.” [Nam is from Canada.]
In June 2013, Dream was taken into custody in Newport Beach, Ca after being involved in a separate domestic dispute with Nam. According to TMZ, the Canada native ended up not pressing charges and the D.A dropped the case.
The-Dream has not directly responded to the allegations.
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