Suge Knight is currently being held on a $10 million dollar bail for running over and killing Terry Carter and attempting to murder Terry Carter in January of.
Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and others were taping a commercial for the movie “Straight Outta Compton” when Suge showed up and became involved in an altercation in the parking lot of a hamburger restaurant in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have issued grand jury subpoenas to a pair of television producers working on a docuseries called “Death Row Chronicles.”
Prosecutors say Suge Knight broke the law by giving an interview since he is only allowed to speak to his attorney.
Suge has frequently criticized prosecutors, maintaining he could not get a fair trial and that “child murderers” and “cop killers” at the same correctional institution were being treated like kings.
A producer of “Death Row Chronicles” claims the cops recently showed up to her house with a search warrant and confiscated her phone over her interview with Suge.
“Believing I had no alternative and frightened by the unexpected arrival of two ‘homicide’ officers at my home, early in the morning, I gave them my iPhone and the passcode and showed them it worked,” producer Nora Donaghy said in court documents obtained by TheBlast.
Investigators have not revealed what they are looking for on the phones. Nora Donaghy is asking a court to order the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office to give her phone.
The “Death Row Chronicles” docuseries is set to Premiere on February 20.