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Sharitha says in 1989, Suge proposed to her in Las Vegas and their limo driver was the witness.
She said the two had attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas where he played football until 1987.
Sharitha, who was a freshman in high school, described him as pushy and assertive but she gave him her number and “we’d been talking ever since.” Suge, three years older, and Sharita dated throughout high school.
In 1987, Suge was arrested and charged with domestic assault for cutting off his then-girlfriend’s ponytail; Sharitha took out a restraining order against him. In an hour-long video interview with Bomb1published last month on You Tube, Sharita describes their early relationship.
“Lifetime asked me to do a departure from what is considered the ‘Lifetime movie,'” Greif said. All the color, the way it’s shot, the editing, the score, it’s like a theatrical airing on television.” “Surviving Compton” was directed by Janice Cooke, written by Dianne Houston and edited by Sandy Pereira – all women.
“I wanted to have the movie told from the female perspective, the creative drive to be told by women and have them manage the story,” Greif said.
“The implication is, ‘yes, I’m watching what happened to me,'” Greif said.
Sharitha was married to Death Row Records mogul and notorious felon Suge Knight.
“I heard Sony said they had vetted the film and stand by it, and will not allow Michel’le’s voice to be silenced,” Greif said. She also appears throughout the movie to react to some of the action.
Michel’le resisted the idea at first, but eventually signed on to the idea of speaking personally to a new generation of women.
At the time he was also a bodyguard at a Vegas club.
Sharitha was an early producer with her then-husband and began working with, promoting and producing Snoop Dogg who she says began even soliciting clients for her: “You should let her do your stuff.” Snoop released ‘Doggystyle,’ produced by Dr. Now wife, Death Row executive, and involved as Snoop’s manager, Sharitha was described as “extremely business …and extremely professional’ in a documentary. Interviewees said Sharitha “brought the professionalism to Death Row Records.” Former Death Row executive Hank Caldwell says the relationship between Sharitha and Suge was a love-hate one.