Conrad Murray and his girlfriend Nicole Alvarez have reportedly been getting death threats over Michael Jackson's passing.
Conrad Murray and his girlfriend have been getting death threats.
The disgraced doctor - who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter over the death of Michael Jackson and sentenced to four years in jail - and Nicole Alvarez claim they have been wrongly vilified over Michael's passing.
Nicole told 'Inside Edition': ''He was made the villain, and I was made the villainess...I was imprisoned in my home for two years.
''He was trying to clean up the mess, and it fell on him like he was the hot potato...He is sorry for the loss, but to be apologetic is to accept fault.''
Nicole also claimed Conrad is finding his incarceration at Los Angeles County Men's Central prison tough.
She said: ''Living in jail is hell on Earth.''
However, his recent bid to be allowed serve the remainder of his term under house arrest was denied.
His lawyer, Valerie Wass said recently: ''The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department maintains that Dr. Murray isn't eligible for house arrest or electronic monitoring.''
Many lower risk criminals have been transferred to tagging schemes due to overcrowding in Los Angeles jails. While no reason was given for Dr. Murray's request being refused, he has previously been denied bail on account of his being assessed as a flight risk.
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