Suge Knight Accused Of Death Threats Toward The "Straight Outta Compton" Director F. Gary Gray
The saga continues ...
Los Angeles, CA – Suge Knight is the hope of freedom, they have gone from bleak to bish please, now that the former Death row overlord has been accused of criminal criminal threats to F. Gary Gray, the director behind the recent blockbuster Straight Outta Compton and Furious 7.
The L. A. County Grand Jury plans to prosecute him on the charges Thursday (August 3), according to TMZ. (The original date of the indictment is said to have been the February 7, 2017.)
Despite the circumstances that lead them to believe Suge supposedly strong with the mouth-Gray around the same time that he was at the SOC set where he killed his friend Terry Carter (which will ask his charge of murder), the episode would have happened months before this January 2015 hit-and-run.
Not Guilty: Suge Knight Jr backed by his pops in a recent interview with DX.
The copy of the indictment from the Grand Jury TMZ says got says, in part, "On or around 8 August 2014, Suge ... threatened to commit a crime that would result in death and serious bodily injury to Felix Gary Gray."
Knight of the threat that is said in the text message (a.k.a. cyber-banging) format. Suge's camp allegedly told TMZ that his murder charge is a little defective, and application of the law are just grasping at straws to keep him behind bars.
The multi-million dollars of revenue in a SOC biopic portrayed Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and the rest of N. W. A's rise in the Hip-Hop immortality, as well as a representation of the Knight as a ruthless record label owner who was not opposed to the use of physical force to get their way.
Your current (and seemingly permanent) trial date is January 8, 2018.