Monday, October 28, 2013

Conrad Murray makes a double-double his first post-jail meal

We doubt that In-N-Out Burger will use this in their advertising, but after Conrad Murray was released from jail on Monday at 12:01 a.m., his first stop -- meal-wise, anyway -- was the iconic fast-food joint, TMZ reported.

Despite the calories in the meal, it's doubtful that Murray will gain weight -- at least over his pre-incarceration weight, anyway. The images depicting Murray showed him looking about 20 pounds lighter now. Murray reportedly inhaled a double-double, which has about 670 calories, depending on the condiments and add-ons.

Murray, 60, was sentenced to the maximum four-year term for involuntary manslaughter in pop superstar Michael Jackson's death, which took place on June 25, 2009, from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol. Murray has been imprisoned since November of 2011.

Although he was sentenced to a four-year term, typical of such sentences, he was granted parole well ahead of that final date.

During his time behind bars, Murray wrote a large portion of a what could end up being an autobiography, assuming he can land a publisher. Current reports are that despite the amount already penned, no publishers are currently waiting for the tome.

Additionally, Murray is apparently open to a reality TV show, following his life after jail. It's unclear if any networks or producers have approached him already.

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