Nate Dogg Slapped With Felony Charges
Before T-Pain there was Nate Dogg, but the '90s hook singer is singing a different tune now that he's facing felony charges for allegedly harassing his wife. The singer, whose real name is Nathaniel Hale, was charged with three felony counts for death threats and stalking, and one misdemeanor charge for driving with a suspended license.
Hale was arrested last month in Los Angeles when police pulled him over after a car chase with his estranged wife. According to the complaint obtained by TMZ, Hale "willfully and maliciously" harassed his wife, referred to as Latoya C., and that she was "reasonably in sustained fear of his/her safety and the safety of his/her immediate family." Guess we'll just have to wait for "The Next Episode."