LOS ANGELES — Defense lawyers for Marion “Suge” Knight will not be given addresses and other information about confidential informants and key witnesses in the murder case against the former rap mogul, a judge ruled Friday after a closed-door meeting with a prosecutor and police detective.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen made the decision after prosecutors cited Knight’s history of violence and allegations that he has intimidated witnesses.

However, Coen said some of the details will need to be disclosed shortly before Knight goes on trial.

The 51-year-old Knight was boisterous throughout the hearing and at one point complained that he wasn’t receiving proper medical treatment in jail. He told the judge he recently spent 10 days in a hospital after doctors found blood clots in his arm and neck..

“I’d hate to go through all of this and die in jail,” Knight said during lengthy remarks to the judge.

Coen said he would sign any orders for medical treatment that Knight required. “I don’t want you dying,” he said.

Knight lashed out at his attorneys during a recess after he spoke to Coen, who had urged Knight to heed the advice of his lawyers to remain silent. Knight could be heard yelling after deputies took him out of the courtroom.

“I have a right to know what is going on,” Knight told his lawyers.

Knight’s attorney J. Tooson said his client’s reaction was “natural in a case this high-profile.” He also noted that Knight hasn’t been able to see his fiancee Toi-Lin Kelly and young son.

Knight has pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder charges filed after security camera video showed him running over two men in January 2015 outside a Compton burger stand. One of the men died.

– From news service reports