Suge Knight's Mansion Sold In Bankruptcy Court

Financial troubles continue for Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight.

On the heels of yesterday's official announcement that the economy is in a recession, Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight may be Hip Hop's first casualty. The Los Angeles Times reports Knight's $6.2 million Malibu mansion was recently sold in bankruptcy court for $4.56 million.

The sale is likely the last in a financial freefall that began when Knight and Death Row filed for bankruptcy protection in April of 2006. Since then, both Warner and Global Music Group have either claimed ties to or tried to acquire the former home of artists such as Dr. Dre, 2Pac and Snoop Dogg [click to read].

Within the last few weeks, Knight has sued Kanye West [click to read], accused the Barstow Police Department of stealing a diamond earring [click to read] and been charged with assault for allegedly beating his girlfriend [click to read].


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  • Timmy

    not true: It was bought out of bankrupcy by Bernhard Fritsch (a german air guitar player) wo made an agreement with Suge. I buy it and therefore get into contact with all deat row guys. Then I give it back to U. Nice thing. The Inc. has been estimated and Fritsch-Bitch is running a studio in tha Suge-House (look at - So Fristch is only interested in gettin composed pieces from Suge artists and then sell the whole bunch to aome majer label.- He already did so with - a company he ran for 3 Years and then sold to himself for nothing. But before he sold patents of his Netrax-Solution - which build the content for MCY. Poor Blacks of Suge, and poor suffering musicians who will be get ripped by Fritsch and his friends...

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