Suge Knight is Still Responsible For the $107M Judgment granted In 2005

HipHop News Posted on March 4, 2020 at 3:27am

Suge Knight is Still Responsible For the $107M Judgment granted In 2005


Los Angeles, CA – the Former Death row Records CEO Suge Knight may serve a 28-year prison sentence for murder, but apparently you still have to cough millions of dollars to meet an old demand.

According to NBC Los Angeles, a judge recently upheld a $107 million judgment against which it was originally granted in the year 2005. Lydia Harris, a former Death row employee and the person who filed the complaint, opposed the decision..centered-ad {

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She ultimately agreed with the Knight of the claim must be voided, but the Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Sotelo said that it could not reconsider its December 2019, the decision to reinstate the judgment — although the Harris protest.

"This is an old case of big names and big numbers," Sotelo said.

Harris insisted that she and her husband made investments in the corridor of the Death in 1989 as the label was off the ground and says the company's first vice president. She sued


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