He was convicted of taking part in the accidental death of Michael Jackson, and now after two years in prison Dr. Conrad Murray is a free man.
According to a report, the former physician served half of his four-year sentence and walked from jail at 12:01am on Monday (October 28).
Murrays attorney Valerie Wass previously told press, “Dr. Murray has not received any special treatment in jail and in fact has many less privileges than most inmates because of his notoriety. He is very much looking forward to his release and getting on with his life. However, the fact of his incarceration is increasingly difficult for him.”
Conrad was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for facilitating the drug propofol for the late King of Pop, who allegedly suffered from severe insomnia and ended up fatally overdosing in 2009.