Rumor Control: Suge Knight’s Blowing Up Denise Sanchez’s Cell After She Got Cut Up

- By Bossip Staff

Suge doesn’t want any involvement in the brawl even though people are saying his crew is to blame.

According to The Daily Mail:

Music mogul Suge Knight doesn’t want a bad rap. Sources say the co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records was present during a scuffle at Bagatelle L.A. early Wednesday morning that left model Denise Sanchez with a handful of stitches and medical bills.

A Sanchez source says the model is telling friends an argument that involved broken glass and Knight’s posse “resulted in her going to the hospital and receiving many stitches.”

Knight, according to a Bagatelle patron, arrived at the upscale eatery with a male pal around 11:45 p.m., and were later joined by another couple. The insider says around 1:30 a.m., a high-spirited Sanchez joined Knight’s table and “an argument arose” between the model and one of the music mogul’s male pals. A Sanchez source says it was over her initially declining to join their party.

As Sanchez and Knight’s table mate carried out their verbal argument, the insider says other people at the table and restaurant employees tried to calm Sanchez down, but Knight didn’t get involved.

A Sanchez source says she’s telling pals a bottle was thrown at her, but the restaurant witness says, “She cut her hand on a broken wine glass” that got knocked over, along with a significant amount of other glassware during the verbal feud.

Multiple sources tell us police and an ambulance were called, but no charges were pressed. Sanchez left in the ambulance, and an insider says, “Suge spoke with police” but his name wasn’t initially on the police report.

The next day, “Suge called her and said he had nothing to do with the incident and had no idea who threw (the glass),” says the Sanchez source. “He has been bombarding her with phone calls” because he doesn’t want his name involved.

Knight, who has had legal woes since first being sent to the slammer in 1996, is currently on three years’ unsupervised probation for driving with a suspended license.

“I don’t want to talk about it,” Sanchez insisted when Confidenti@l reached her by phone, before she quickly hung up on us.

Can you blame her? We wouldn’t want to talk about that isht either if Suge was blowin’ up our phone!

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