The earlier rap Tycoon Marion “Suge” Knight and the famous comedian Micah Katt Williams were arrested last night for stealing a camera of a photographer last month.
As per The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said, each individual was charged with one count of robbery. The unproven incident, involving a female photographer of celebrities, took place September 5 outside a studio in Beverly Hills.
Knight who is 49 years old has spent around 30 years of his life in jail as he is one among the accuseds having deadly weapons. Williams when presented in the court for a various assault cases, was ordered an imprisonment of 7 years and Knight was arrested in Las Vegas.
The lawyers told the media that the will ask for Knight’s bail by paying 1 million and William’s bail by paying $75,000.
The concerned authorities reported that the investigation process is still going on by Beverly Hills Police.
CNN failed in reaching out for the representatives of both the celebrities,
Knight was the founder of the successful Death Row Records in 1991, signing artists such as Snoop Doggy Dogg (since then known as Snoop Dogg and Snoop Lion) and Tupac Shakur.
Knight was driving the car in which Shakur was a traveler when the rapper was shot to death in Las Vegas in 1996.
After this, he was again imprisoned for violating parole on assault and weapons convictions. That prison time — along with Shakur’s death, feuds between Knight and a number of rappers and abandonments by Dr. Dre, Snoop and others — contributed to the label’s bankruptcy in 2006.
In August, Knight and two other people were shot while inside a celebrity-filled Sunset Strip party hosted by singer Chris Brown on the eve of the MTV Video Music Awards.
William started his career as a comedian and gained lot of fans in 199 for his unique comic club looks.
His 2006 HBO special “Katt Williams: Pimp Chronicles Pt.1” brought him more name and fame.
He has acted in several movies, including Eddie Murphy’s “Norbit,” and his voice is featured in several popular cartoons, including “The Boondocks.”