Written By Cyrus Langhorne
A Los Angeles District Attorney has charged West Coast hook man Nate Dogg with several felonies after he allegedly made death threats to his wife last month.
According to TMZ, Nate (real name Nathaniel Dwayne Hale) has received three felony counts of making criminal threats and stalking with an additional misdemeanor charge for driving on a suspended license.
The seriousness of each claim is detailed throughout each document of the lawsuit. The first felony charge highlights the threats made by Nate towards his ex-wife beginning on June 20, 2008.
“[A] Felony, was committed by Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, who did willfully and unlawfully threaten to commit a crime, which would result in death and great bodily injury to Latoya C.,” it reads. “It is further alleged that the said Latoya C. was reasonably in fear of his/her safety and the safety of his/her immediate family.”
While the same felony charge was made the following day, Nate’s third stems from him allegedly stalking his wife on June 23, 2008 while driving down the highway in Los Angeles. The charge says he made a "credible threat with the intent that she be placed in reasonable fear for her safety and the safety of her immediate family.”
SOHH will keep you posted with further developments.