L.A. Prosecutors Charge Nate Dogg With Stalking
Los Angeles prosecutors have filed felony charges against Nate Dogg, who authorities suspect threatened and stalked his wife.Los Angeles prosecutors have filed felony charges against Nate Dogg, who authorities suspect threatened and stalked his wife.
The rapper, whose real name is Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, was charged yesterday (July 7). He was arrested last month by the California Highway Patrol after his wife claimed he was threatening her and following her as she drove on a freeway south of Los Angeles.
Hale, 38, will be arraigned July 16 on felony counts of making criminal threats, stalking and a misdemeanor charge of driving while his license was suspended for a drunken driving violation.
He was arrested June 23 and released on bail a day later.
His attorney, Mark Geragos, said today he looked forward to defending his client in court. "Unfortunately he's had a tough year and we look forward to getting him through it," Geragos said.
Hale made his name appearing on songs alongside rappers such as Snoop Dogg, Warren G, 50 Cent and Eminem.