Hit-making singer Nate Doggs legal drama continues to mount as multiple felony charges were made against the entertainer that include stalking his estranged wife.
The rapper was charged with two felony counts related to a June 23 incident in which the crooner allegedly chased his 38-year-old girlfriend down the 405 freeway in Los Angeles while allegedly threatening to kill her.
According to police documents, Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, did "willfully and unlawfully threaten to commit a crime which would result in death and great bodily injury to Latoya C, with the specific intent that the statement be taken as a threat."
The felony complaint further noted that Latoya C "was reasonably in sustained fear of his/her safety and the safety of his/her immediate family" based upon the nature of the criminal threats.
The third felony charge stemmed from a June 23 incident where Hale allegedly stalked Latoya C "with the intent that she be placed in reasonable fear for her safety and the safety of her immediate family" after the Grammy-nominated crooner made what was described as a "credible threat."
In addition to the felony charges, Hale was cited with a misdemeanor for driving with a suspended license from a prior DUI conviction on the same day as the stalking.
The charge was labeled as the singers fourth count in the complaint.
A statement released by the California Highway Patrol revealed that a 911 call was made by a woman identifying herself as the rappers wife.
Nate Dogg was arrested after authorities confirmed the womans statements and intercepted the vehicles.
He was arrested and later released from the Twin Towers jail in Los Angeles on June 24 after posting a $50,000 bond.