The-Dream is wanted for questioning by New York police over an alleged attack on his former girlfriend, who was six months pregnant at the time.
The-Dream faces police questioning for allegedly attacking his pregnant ex-girlfriend.
Officers in New York are keen to question the producer - whose real name is Terius Nash - after Lydia Nam claimed he punched, kicked and strangled her at the Plaza Hotel in April 2013 three months before she gave birth to their son.
However, The-Dream - who also has a four-year-old daughter, Violet, with ex-wife Christina Milian and three other children with first wife Nivea - insists the allegations are false and sources told TMZ that Canadian Lydia is a ''vengeful woman'' who has made the claims in order to extend her US visa.
It is unclear what prompted the alleged attack, or if Lydia ever sought medical attention afterwards.
Despite claiming the incident happened last April, she didn't file a police report until November.
According to law enforcement insiders, the 36-year-old musician was arrested last June in California following another alleged domestic violence incident against Lydia.
However, she refused to press charges so the case was rejected by the District Attorney.
If the 'Black' singer is found by police, he will be taken into custody for questioning about the alleged incident.
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