Founder of Death Row Records, Suge Knight, missed a court hearing on Monday (March 27) due to an illness causing another delay in his pending murder trial.
Knight has been in jail for two years for the hit and run incident in which he allegedly stepped on the gas in his Ford F-150 Raptor truck, injuring Cle “Bone” Sloan and killing Terry Carter after a confrontation that happened earlier at the production office for the N.W.A biopic, “Straight Outta Compton.”
The former mogul was hospitalized for the blood clots on Friday (March 24).
Knight has plead not guilty and claims he was being ambushed where he felt in fear of his life, so he panicked and tried to get away as fast as he could, accidently killing Carter.
Carter’s daughter is frustrated because since Knight did not make this court date, she could not deliver the statement she was planning to read in open court.
She was going to address Judge Ronald Coen and demand that her family had a right to a speedy trial, after they have been waiting for two years.
Knight’s fiancé, Toi-Lin Kelly, claims that he has “life threatening blood clots” and the hospitals aren’t doing anything to help.