Former Death Row Records CEO, Marion “Suge” Knight is once again in trouble with the law. Suge missed two scheduled appearances at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on June 13th. According to reports, Knight is wanted by the authorities in California and two arrest warrants have been issued dating back to crimes from 2011. Knight had two hearings this month regarding the two cases — one of which is from 2011 and the other from 2012 — both involving driving on a suspended license.
TMZ reports that Knight failed to appear in court for both incidents. Bench warrants have been issued for each case, both in the amount of $20,000.
Incidentally, Suge was facing arrest back in February for the same reason–failing to appear in court. Warrants were issued but he was able to resolve both.
The former hip-hop mogul’s legal woes have been well-documented over the years, but his latest few run-ins with the law have involved negligence and reckless associations; as opposed to the violently menacing enforcer reputation he made for himself in the 1990s. Knight was arrested for drug possession during a routine traffic stop in Las Vegas last year. He was also involved in two altercations at nightspots alongside troubled comedian Katt Williams, also last year.