Marion “Suge” Knight appears in a Los Angeles court for a pretrial hearing Jan. 21, 2016.
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Suge Knight, the former head of Death Row Records, is sitting behind bars awaiting trial in a hit-and-run murder case. But the life and times of Knight since he's been behind bars have been hard.

Earlier this month, a judge stripped Knight of his communication privileges because the judge said he felt Knight was using them to intimidate potential witnesses in the case. Knight is no longer allowed to have visitation, receive mail or make phone calls unless those are with his legal team. 

Since the changes occurred, Knight says, jail officials have been treating him like a leper. According to documents received by TMZ, Knight says his human rights have been violated and that he spends his time in isolation.

It's kinda hard to feel remorse for Knight, but I'm sure his highly paid legal team will get to the bottom of this.