Dr. Conrad Murray was released from prison just days ago after serving a sentence for the involuntary manslaughter of pop legend Michael Jackson, but you'll never guess how he's celebrating his newfound freedom!
Is he making it rain at topless tittay bars? Eating everything on the Carls Jr. menu in one setting? Signing up for Krav Maga classes at the local YMCA?
No, maybe, and no!!!
Instead, Conrad is complaining to cameras about how poorly the media and public have treated him!!!
Not only is he unhappy with his lack of hugz, but he went on to say Mike — were he still alive — would be "appalled" by the way the Doc was getting treated and that MJ "still loves [him]"!
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It looks like the Artist Formerly Known as Prince might have to change his title to the Witness Formerly Known as Prince!
Word on the street is the Purple Rain singer could be called to court to testify in Michael Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit against AEG.
To refresh your memories, the Jackson family is suing the insurance company for hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted with involuntary manslaughter after giving the King of Pop a lethal dosage of medication.
A source says
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This dude writes more drama than Shakespeare!
Two of Conrad Murray's lawyers visited the deadly doc at the El Lay County jail yesterday when, improbably, a fight erupted between them!
Currently serving time for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, Conrad asked both lawyers to rush over and investigate his persisting arm and shoulder pain!
J. Michael Flanagan, the dude who defended Dr.
Feelgood Feelbad in the manslaughter case, arrived at the jail first and for some reason, prohibited
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Killing the King of Pop is not an adequate substitute for exercise!
Just ask Dr. Conrad Murray, the man convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson!
His health in prison declined rapidly over the past year and, at one point, that he feared life-threatening blood clots were forming in his legs and admitted himself into USC Medical Center.
He described the pain and terror:
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He really still thinks he can slither his way out of this one, doesn't he?
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was sentenced to fours in prison in November for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, has filed legal documents to appeal his conviction, on the basis of
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Dr. Conrad Murray has been denied probation in the Michael Jackson involuntary manslaughter trial.
He has been sentenced to serve four years in prison!
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Guess we'll find out soon if their pleas have any effect!
Deputy District Attorney David Walgren is pushing for Conrad Murray to be given the maximum sentence for being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death.
Murray's family and friends, on the other hand, want the judge to take it easy on him!
Here's what Murray's baby momma Nicole Alvarez had to say about it in a letter she wrote to the judge:
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