Suge Knight has said from the beginning that he had acted in self-defense in the deadly hit-and-run that has resulted in his facing premeditated murder charges. The incident occurred in the parking lot of Tam’s Burger, on January 28th in Compton, CA.
It seems there has been a break in the case, as it is now being reported Cle (Bone) Sloan, who survived being run over by Suge’s truck in January, told an investigator with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, that he “I f—-d him up!” referring to Knight. It is said that Sloan made the admission from his hospital bed. According to The NY Daily News “Sloan said he contacted Knight and began to punch him through the driver side window,” the report stated. “Sloan stated Knight tried to exit the red Ford but was stopped by his punches,” the report continued.
The confrontation stemmed from a verbal altercation between Knight and Sloan at a previous location three miles away. The first location was not far from the production of the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. Once Sloan spotted the Death Row Records co-founder in the parking lot he pursued the matter further. According to Knight‘s lawyer Sloan initiated both altercations. The second man involved Terry Carter, was struck by Knight’s truck, killing the 55-year-old married dad.
Knight has been charged with murder and attempted murder. He has pleaded not guilty and is currently behind bars and being held without bail. Prosecutors still believe Knight intentionally ran over Sloan and Carter.
After the news of Sloan‘s stunning admission has changed the course of the case. Court has definitely taken its toll on Knight, 49, who had been recently deemed legally bind.
– Victoria B. (@unabashedlytori)