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In February , Knight was charged with murder and attempted murder following a fatal hit-and-run in Compton, California. He pleaded not guilty to all charges. Marion Hugh Knight Jr. He graduated in From to , he attended and played football at El Camino College.
He was cut by the Rams during camp, but he became a replacement player during the NFL Players Strike , and played two games for the Rams. In , Knight formed his own music publishing company. His first big profit in the business came when Vanilla Ice Robert Van Winkle agreed to sign over royalties from his smash hit " Ice Ice Baby ", because the song included material written by Knight's client Mario Johnson.
Knight and his bodyguards confronted Van Winkle several times.
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On one occasion, Knight entered Van Winkle's hotel room and allegedly dangled him by his ankles off the balcony. Van Winkle said only that Knight threatened to throw him off the balcony; the claim was resolved in court. Through the former, he met several members of the seminal gangsta rap group N. Dre and The D. Initially, Knight fulfilled his ambitions: Meanwhile, Death Row had begun a public feud with 2 Live Crew's Luther Campbell , and when Knight traveled to Miami for a hip-hop convention in , he was apparently seen openly carrying a stolen gun.
The following year, he opened a private, by-appointment-only nightclub in Las Vegas called Club , so named because the numbers spelled out MOB on telephone keypads, MOB standing for Member of Bloods. In , he ran afoul of activist C. Delores Tucker , whose criticism of Death Row's glamorization of the "gangsta" lifestyle may have helped scuttle a lucrative deal with Time Warner.
Openly critical of Combs's tendency of ad-libbing on his artists' songs and dancing in their videos, Knight announced to the audience, "Anyone out there who wanna be a recording artist and wanna stay a star, but don't have to worry about the executive producer trying to be all in the videos, all on the records, dancing, come to Death Row. Hammer's relationship with Suge Knight dates back to The label shrank when Dr. Dre , frustrated with the company's increasingly thuggish reputation and Knight's violent inclinations, decided to leave and form his own label, Aftermath Entertainment.
A stream of Dre-dissing records followed. Tupac Shakur was shot four times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas , Nevada on September 7, , and died six days later on September AKA Biggie Smalls , was murdered in a similar drive-by shooting in Los Angeles , California on March 9, , speculation arose that Knight was involved and that Biggie's death was a revenge killing. A theory accusing Suge Knight in the deaths of both Biggie and Tupac was that of ex-detective Russell Poole , who conjectured that Knight had Tupac killed before he could part ways with Knight's label and then conspired to kill Biggie to divert attention from himself in the Tupac case.
A key source for Poole's theory was Kevin Hackie. Hackie had implicated Suge Knight and David Mack. His information was used by the Wallace family in their suit against the city of L. Around the same time, Philips wrote an L. Times two-part series titled "Who Killed Tupac Shakur? Times story indicated that "the shooting was carried out by a Compton gang called the Southside Crips to avenge the beating of one of its members by Shakur a few hours earlier.
Orlando Anderson, the Crip whom Shakur had attacked, fired the fatal shots. Las Vegas police discounted Anderson as a suspect after questioning him once briefly. He was later killed in what police said was an unrelated gang shooting.
Biggie's family  produced documents purporting to show that the rapper was in New York and New Jersey at the time. The New York Times called the documents inconclusive stating:. The pages purport to be three computer printouts from Daddy's House, indicating that Wallace was in the studio recording a song called Nasty Boy on the afternoon Shakur was shot. But nothing indicates when the documents were created. And Louis Alfred, the recording engineer listed on the sheets, said in an interview that he remembered recording the song with Wallace in a late-night session, not during the day.
He could not recall the date of the session but said it was likely not the night Shakur was shot. We would have heard about it, Mr. Mark Duvoisin, an editor at the L. Times , wrote in an opinion piece in Rolling Stone that Philips' account had withstood attacks to its credibility. Times printed a full retraction of the two-part series and released Philips shortly thereafter during a wave of layoffs. On her website Archived Letters Scott responds to a reader of her book stating that she felt there was never evidence to link Knight to Tupac's murder.
In his self-published book, Murder Rap ,  Kading wrote that Duane "Keefe D" Davis, a member of the "Crips" street gang, gave a confession years later claiming he rode in the car used in the Las Vegas shooting of Shakur.
Kading, who named Sean Combs as having been involved in the conspiracy, also wrote that a bounty was offered for Suge Knight's murder. Pouchie later survived a murder attempt but died in a drive-by shooting a year after the first attack. Charges were never brought against Fouse or Knight and the task force disbanded for reasons of "internal affairs. After Shakur's death and the release of Tha Doggfather , Snoop Dogg openly criticized Knight for the murder of Shakur and left the label in In , Snoop again attacked Knight verbally.
Bankruptcy documents filed showed Knight had no income from employment or operation of a business. He also testified that the last time he had checked the label's financial records was at least 10 years prior. Let's keep it real," she said. Knight skipped a meeting with his creditors after injuring himself in a motorcycle accident. Another scheduled meeting with the creditors had been missed after Suge said he had experienced a death in his family. Finally on July 7, , the federal judge, Ellen Carroll, ordered a bankruptcy trustee takeover of Suge Knight's Death Row Records, saying the record label had undergone a gross amount of mismanagement.
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He filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which allows a company to continue business operations while restructuring. Death Row was being operated by Neilson during the bankruptcy proceedings, while Knight oversaw his bankruptcy estate as a debtor in possession. The winning bid went to New York-based company Global Music Group ,  which confirmed it had purchased the firm in a statement to the Associated Press news agency. On January 25, , an auction was held for everything found in the Death Row Records office after the company filed for bankruptcy, including some of Knight's personal items.
In October , Knight was arrested for domestic violence after he assaulted his girlfriend and cut off her ponytail on the street. On October 31, , Knight was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada for auto theft, carrying a concealed weapon and attempted murder. He had allegedly shot a man three times while stealing his car. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, and received two years probation.
In September , Knight was sent to prison for a probation violation and in February was sentenced to nine years in prison. He was released on August 6, In he was sent to prison again for violating parole when he struck a parking lot attendant. It managed to save itself from complete bankruptcy by releasing archived Snoop Dogg compilation albums and posthumous Tupac albums. Despite signing new artists, Knight never released any of their albums. In Knight was engaged in another dispute with former friend and ex-associate Snoop Dogg after Snoop insulted him in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine.
On May 10, , Knight was involved in an altercation involving a monetary dispute outside of a nightclub "Shag" in Hollywood. On August 27, , Knight was arrested on drug and aggravated assault charges after leaving a Las Vegas strip club. When police arrived on the scene, Knight was beating his girlfriend of three years, Melissa Isaac, and brandishing a knife. Reports also alleged that he was under the influence of both ecstasy and hydrocodone. On December 5, , Knight was cleared of all charges. Knight's attorney, David Chesnoff, said the prosecution had "discovery problems and witness problems".
When Knight was asked about the positive verdict he replied "God is good, Happy Holidays". As part of an October 30, , bankruptcy claim, Knight also filed a lawsuit against Kanye West and his associates. The lawsuit concerns an August shooting at West's pre-Video Music Awards party, where Knight was wounded by a gunshot to the upper leg. In February , Knight was taken to Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn to be treated for face injuries he received during an altercation at a private party in the W Scottsdale Hotel, where Knight was reportedly punched by Robert L.
On February 8, , Knight was arrested in Las Vegas, after police found cannabis in his car and several warrants for prior traffic violations. Although shot six times, he was able to walk from the venue to an ambulance. His injuries required surgery. Friend Keith Middlebrook told the New York Daily News that Knight returned home with the intentions to "heal up in a few days and be stronger than ever". Knight has so far refused to cooperate with law enforcement on the matter.