Michael Jackson's doc fears death in jail
Dr. Conrad Murray fears he will die in prison.
The medic is serving time in Los Angeles County Jail for the involuntary manslaughter of his patient Michael Jackson - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - and is pleading with a judge to move him as he feel the conditions of the jail are taking a serious physical toll on his body.
Murray's lawyer told gossip website TMZ.com he is only getting fresh air once a month, and clean underwear once a week. This is said to be badly affecting his health with his hair, nails, and skin in bad condition and him suffering from a constant headache, which he is worried is a brain tumour.
Murray also says he's been refused medical attention and has not been allowed to see a doctor.
He reportedly told his attorney, Valerie Wass: "I may not make it out of here alive. This is a very dangerous place. I'm in here dying. The system is intent on killing me."
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has said it doesn't comment on pending cases.