Los Angeles, CA – Former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight may be serving a 28-year prison sentence for manslaughter, but apparently he still has to cough up millions of dollars to cover an old lawsuit.
According to NBC Los Angeles, a judge recently upheld a $107 million judgment against him that was originally awarded in 2005. Lydia Harris, a former Death Row employee and the person who filed the suit, objected to the ruling.


She ultimately agreed with Knight the suit should be voided, but Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Sotelo said he wouldn’t reconsider his December 2019 decision to reinstate the judgment — despite Harris’ objection.
“This is a very old case with big names and big numbers,” Sotelo said.


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