*Dr. Conrad Murray may be unsafe in jail.
Not for obvious reasons of course, but because it looks like there was a security breach when a complete stranger came to visit him.
According to TMZ, his lawyer confirmed that a middle aged woman of Eastern European descent visited the former doctor in jail Thursday, claiming she is the mother of Michael Jackson’s children.
While he sat down with the lady, she told him she traveled from Nevada to see him. Murray didn’t recognize her and told her there must have been a mistake.
But she insisted.
Before things could get out of hand, he asked the woman to leave. She cooperated, but now Murray feels he’s been exposed to the outside world and that his life could be in danger.
Debbie Rowe is the mother of MJ’s oldest children, while Blanket’s mother is allegedly a Hispanic woman from San Diego.
Online reports say that the L.A. County jail has a new visitor policy in which people may sign up online without verifying their identity.
Murray’s attorney Valerie Wass says, “I have serious concerns about the security. My client was horror-stricken by the fact that complete stranger could get in to see him.”
*Taking a page from Floyd Mayweather Jr., Dr. Conrad Murray is begging a judge to release him from L.A. County Jail because it’s taking an extreme physical toll on his body, adding if he doesn’t get help soon, he believes he’ll die behind bars.
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Unlike Mayweather, Murray is not asking for house arrest. Instead, he wasn’t to be transferred to prison, where he believes he’ll get better care.
Murray’s lawyer tells TMZ, he wants to serve out his time in prison because he’s being mistreated in L.A. County jail — getting fresh air once a month, and fresh underwear only once a week.
As a result of the alleged deprivation, we’re told Murray’s health is failing — his hair, nails, and skin are gnarly … and he’s been suffering from a constant headache over the last few weeks.
Murray says he’s never gotten headaches in the past — and is worried it might be a brain tumor.
We’re told Murray asked to see a doctor, but got shuffled around and has received no medical attention.
Murray 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.”
A rep for the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department tells us, the department doesn’t comment on pending cases.