The Death Row Records founder has been indicted on felony criminal threats by the Los Angeles County Grand Jury over a threat he allegedly made to Gray in August 2014, shortly after Gray began shooting the film.
Share this article: Suge Knight. Grey directed Compton and, most recently, The Fate of the Furious. Knight is set to be arraigned on August 3.
The death threats against Gray allegedly occurred the year before the hit-and-run. Through text messages, Knight - who was reportedly unhappy with Gray's portrayal of him onscreen - "threatened to commit a crime which would result in death and great bodily injury to Felix Gary Gray".
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Knight has been in jail since arrest for mowing down two men in a burger stand parking lot in Compton in 2015 - killing businessman and friend Terry Carter and injuring Cle "Bone" Sloan. Knight's family is denouncing this charge, saying prosecutors had to hastily charge Knight because the statute of limitations was about to run out. Knight has also pleaded not guilty to a separate 2014 robbery charge in which he's accused of stealing a camera from a photographer in Beverly Hills.
The former head of Death Row Records, who is now awaiting a murder trial in January of 2018, is in serious trouble again.