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Tuesday 21 October 2014

Conrad Murray to be released in December?

Conrad Murray

Dr. Conrad Murray could reportedly be released from jail in months.

The former physician is currently serving a four-year sentence after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter for Michael Jackson's death.

Murray is apparently telling the mother of his child that he may be able to serve out his prison sentence from his home as early as December.

"Dr. Murray has told his girlfriend/baby mama Nicole Alvarez that he could be out of jail by Christmas," a source revealed to Radar Online.

"Murray was sent to jail almost a year ago and was sentenced to four years in state prison. However, because of jail overcrowding, Murray has been serving his sentence at the county jail in Los Angeles and is expected to serve two years of the four year sentence."

Murray is rumoured to be growing exceedingly impatient with his legal team's inability to get him out of jail.

"Dr. Murray is absolutely miserable behind bars and has been getting increasingly frustrated with his lawyers for not getting him out of jail," the source shared.

"He believes that he could be granted bail on yet another appeal that is being filed, or sent home to finish his sentence."

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