Marion “Suge” Knight may remain in a Las Vegas jail at least through the weekend following his arrest as a fugitive in a California robbery case.
His attorney, Richard Schonfeld, says a judge ordered the founder of Death Row Records to pay a $190 fine on what had been a June 2013 suspended-license charge in Las Vegas.
Suge Knight was arrested on October 29 in Las Vegas and remains jailed ahead of an extradition hearing on November 3.
Suge Knight and comedian Katt Williams stole a celebrity photographer’s camera in Beverly Hills
Richard Schonfeld says Suge Knight hopes to post bail pending his appearance in court in California.
That case stems from a celebrity photographer’s complaint that Suge Knight and comedian Katt Williams stole her camera September 5 in Beverly Hills.
Katt Williams was arrested in the Los Angeles area.
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Katt Williams has been arrested after allegedly threatened a bar employee with a pool cue in a brawl.
The comic was booked into King County Jail in Seattle around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday for investigation of harassment, assault and obstructing police, TMZ reports. He was released early Monday morning.
Katt Williams “brandished a pool cue at a bar manager and refused to leave the business”, police sources tell the website.
He later followed a family outside of the bar and allegedly threw a cigarette at a woman as she got into her car, hitting her in the eye.
Katt Williams also allegedly threw a rock at the vehicle.
It follows a series of bizarre antics by Katt Williams in recent weeks.
Katt Williams has been arrested after allegedly threatened a bar employee with a pool cue in a brawl
Last week was caught on video in Sacramento slapping a Target employee in the face.
Katt Williams was arrested on charges of attacking an aspiring rapper on his tour bus outside a downtown Oakland hotel last month. He was later released with no charges filed.
He is also being sued over an onstage meltdown and aborted performance in Oakland.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports it’s the second Alameda County lawsuit filed over Williams’ bizarre 10 minutes on stage last month at Oakland’s Oracle Arena.
The suit filed by 35-year-old Brian Herline, of Modesto, says he and hundreds of fans were disappointed when Katt Williams took off his clothes and challenged people to fight.
Brian Herline is seeking class-action certification in an effort to get ticket money back for all audience members.