Valuables which once belonged to fallen rap mogul MARION 'SUGE' KNIGHT have been sold at auction, to pay for his outstanding storage bill.
The former Death Row Records' CEO stored items from his Malibu mansion at Conejo Valley Moving & Storage in Simi, California but had fallen seven months behind on his payments, reports Allhiphop.com.
On Saturday (20Feb10), storage owner Joe Furmidge held the auction in an effort to recoup the missing money - and gathered an estimated $4,500 (GBP2,810) during the 30 minute sale, which he says still leaves a balance open on the account.
The auction included furniture, clothing, appliances, gym equipment and other valuables, including a large photo of Knight and late rapper Tupac Shakur, which sold for a mere $100 (GBP63).
This isn't the first of Knight's money troubles. Last August (09), he put his Las Vegas mansion up for sale after filing for bankruptcy the year before (08).
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