Nate Dogg was arrested last month for allegedly threatening his estranged wife when she called 911 from her car claiming that Nate Dogg was chasing her on an L.A. freeway. Rolling into court in a wheel chair, after he was left partially paralyzed after a stroke he had six months ago, Nate Dogg plead not guilty to the the charges.
Nate faces two felony counts of making criminal threats, a stalking charge and a misdemeanor for driving on a suspended license when he was cuffed in previous DUI. Nate was set to be released on $50,000 bond but the Compton Court Commissioner upped the amount to $100,000. Nate Dogg later paid the difference and was released. Nate will be back in court on August 1st where it will be decided if the incident will goto trial.