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Cle “Bone” Sloan Admitted To Assaulting Suge Knight

March 18, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Cle “Bone” Sloan Admitted To Assaulting Suge Knight

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A Police report documenting the fatal hit and run incident involving Suge Knight, reveals that the surviving victim admitted to investigators that he assaulted the rap impresario.

Former gang member and filmmaker Cle (Bone) Sloan reportedly told investigators “I f—-d him up!” According to the report, Sloan boasted to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s investigators from his hospital bed after the incident.

Sloan allegedly detailed to police that he and Knight had a verbal argument on January 29th prior to the fatal incident on the movie set of “Straight Outta Compton”.

Sloan told Los Angeles County Sheriff Investigators, he confronted the Death Row Records co-founder at Tam’s Burgers in Compton, Calif., a short time later on Jan. 29.

“He said he walked up to Knight and started to punch him through the driver side window,” the report stated.

“He described how Knight attempted to exit the red Ford but was unable to because of Sloan’s punches,” the report continued.

As he walked away from Knight’s truck, he heard someone yell “Look Out!” as turned around, he was immediately hit and run over by Knight’s Ford F-150 Raptor.

Knight’s attorney blames Sloan for the deadly incident, who he says initiated both confrontations and that Knight never got out of his car during each of the occurrences.

Mathew Fletcher stated in an interview, “Sloan is trying to exculpate himself, but he’s killing himself. It’s monumental.” Fletcher added “What Sloan did is admit he initiated this fight. Suge never exited his vehicle. He was assaulted by Sloan, who wanted to fight him.”

Terry Carter, 55, Killed In the Incident

Terry Carter, the second person, hit by Knights pickup truck died from his injuries.

Fletcher maintains his client clearly acted in self-defense. Grainy surveillance footage shows the rap mogul backing up and hitting Sloan, then slams on the gas running over Carter.

His attorney claims Knight hit the men with his vehicle in an attempt to flee the armed assault. The Police report includes phone records, which show Carter made a one-minute call to Knight.

Police charged Knight with the murder of Carter and the attempted murder of Sloan in connection with the hit and run. “Sloan’s words proves he drove around Compton looking for a confrontation with Mr. Knight,” Fletcher said Tuesday.

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