Dr. Conrad Murray's Complaints About LA Jail Conditions Corrected
Murray received new blankets and underwear after saying he "was going to die" in jail.
A few days after complaining about his treatment behind bars, Dr. Conrad Murray's prayers have been answered, according to TMZ.
Murray, who said last week that he believed he was going to die in L.A. County Jail, received a new set of clean clothes, a blanket and was even taken to the roof of the facility to get fresh air.
The doctor, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the murder case of pop legend Michael Jackson, complained that he only had one new pair of underwear a week, and received fresh air just once a month.
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A representative for the L.A. County Sheriff's Department told TMZ that Murray is receiving the appropriate level of care after his complaints. They also said he was evaluated by a doctor last week.
His lawyers claims his spirits are "much improved despite the horrendous conditions" he's in at the moment.
Murray is expected to serve a little less than 2 years in prison due to overcrowding in the state's prison system. He was initially sentenced to a maximum of 4 years.