LOS ANGELES — Sheriff’s investigators Saturday were reviewing a video of an incident in which hip-hop music mogul Marion “Suge” Knight hit two men with his pickup truck, killing one, that may help provide clarity on whether Knight was the victim or attacker in his most serious run-in with the law to date.

The video is in “police custody,” said Knight’s defense attorney James Blatt, and he said he would be seeing it on Monday or Tuesday. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Nicole Nishida confirmed that detectives are reviewing the video, but “they have made no such arrangements with the attorney” nor did they have plans to show it to him.

Meanwhile, Knight remained jailed on suspicion of murder after turning himself in early Friday. He’s being held on $2 million bail.

Sheriff’s deputies said Knight hit and killed his friend Terry Carter, 55, with his pickup truck Thursday in a Compton fast food restaurant parking lot, also injuring Cle “Bone” Sloan, 51, an actor and film consultant who was hospitalized and in stable condition late Friday.

Blatt said Knight was an innocent victim who accidentally ran over the men as he tried to escape a vicious attack.

The incident was the latest in a long line of brushes with death and the law for the 49-year-old founder of Death Row Records.

Knight started the label that helped solidify West Coast rap with Dr. Dre, who had been a member of the legendary group N.W.A. The label also launched the career of Snoop Dogg and had Tupac Shakur.

The fatal run-in occurred a short while after Knight was told by deputies providing security to leave a film location after arguing with Sloan. Sloan was on a break from filming a promotional video for the biopic “Straight Outta Compton” about the rise of N.W.A.

The argument resumed and escalated a short while later at a fast-food restaurant a few miles away, with Knight and Sloan exchanging punches through his open window, sheriff’s Lt. John Corina said.