Suge Knight’s Fiancee Is Jailed for Three Years for Contacting Imprisoned Rap Mogul to Arrange Documentary Interviews and Trying to Sell Surveillance Footage Linked to Murder Trial After It Was Blocked by Court

Suge Knight’s fiancee has been given three years in jail for violating probation linked to the rap mogul’s murder trial.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Douglas Sortino found Toi-Link Kelly, 37, violated a court order limiting jailhouse phone communications between he and others,.

The 52-year-old was trying to arrange interviews with producers from a Death Row Records documentary in the works with BET, a court heard on Friday.

Kelly, who had just taken a plea deal, was also found to have indirectly reached out to Knight via a private investigator, which also was in violation of her October probation.

‘To me it’s pretty blatant, and frankly, jaw-dropping,’ Sortino said, according to the New York Daily News.

He added that Kelly’s actions were a slap in the face for the deal he gave her.

Kelly was accused of selling video footage in association with Knight’s murder trial to TMZ for $55,000.

The recording had been ordered not to be shared with media.

She pleaded no contest to conspiring to violate a court order back in October and was ordered to pay $55,000 in restitution.

Kelly will also five years probation in addition to 100 hours of community service.

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Source: Daily Mail