Nate Dogg Pleads Guilty to Domestic Violence Charges
Nate Dogg, former hook man for the once mighty Death Row, has pleaded guilty to charges of battery and aggravated trespass. According to website TMZ.com, the charges stem from a 2006 incident in which Nate broke into his former girlfriends home and attacked her new boyfriend. In addition to trespass and battery, the singer was originally hit with charges of making annoying telephone calls, dissuading a witness from reporting a crime and violating a protective order from a previous domestic violence incident. Most of those initial charges were eventually dropped, but his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend have both requested restraining orders against him. As a result of his guilty plea, Nate must complete a domestic violence program, can not own a weapon for 10 years, and will serve three years probation.