Suge Knight's Valuables Auctioned Off Over Storage Bill
Furniture, clothing and other items belonging to former Death Row Records‘ CEO Marion “Suge“ Knight were auctioned off yesterday (February 20) in Simi Valley, California.
The mogul had fallen several thousand dollars behind on his storage bill with Conejo Valley Moving & Storage, which resulted in his valuables being sold, mostly items from his old Malibu mansion.
Yesterday, The company waited for Knight to show up to pay the seven-month old bill, which amounted to several thousand dollars in storage fees.
There was a larger than usual turnout for Knight’s items, due to his celebrity status. His items, which also included appliances and gym equipment, sold in about 30 minutes.
Valuable items, like a large photo of Knight and Tupac Shakur, sold for as little as $100 to lucky bidders, who plan to sell some of the items that were auctioned off on Ebay.
The auctioned earned around $4,500, which still left a balance according to Conejo Valley Moving & Storage’s owner, Joe Furmidge.