Pointing to poor accounting practices, a federal bankruptcy court judge has handed control of Death Row Records over to a bankruptcy trustee.
The record label, helmed by Marion "Suge" Knight, reportedly has more than $100 million in debts and assets valued between $1 million and $10 million. Knight testified last week that he hasn't reviewed financial statements in nearly a decade.
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