After two years behind bars, Dr. Conrad Murray is a free man. Michael Jackson's former doctor was quietly released from jail shortly after midnight this morning.
Locked up since November 2011 for involuntary manslaughter, the embattled physician slipped past the paparazzi undetected, headed for parts unknown.
There was no triumphant press conference, but as TMZ notes, by remaining unseen, Murray knows he just ups the price tag of that coveted first interview.
Murray was sentenced to four years in prison, the maximum for the crime he was convicted of, but serving two isn't out of the ordinary for such offenders.
Reports say he plans to try and get his medical license back in Nevada and block revocation in California, so he can practice again. Good luck with that.
He's also looking to hire a publicist to change his image, which may be an even bigger task if he ever wants to get patients ... or not get death threats.
Not that he doesn't have other plans. Sources say that in jail, Murray penned a large portion of a book about his life and his time with Michael Jackson.
A big chunk of his story casts blame on others and justifies his conduct in the treatment that ultimately killed the singer and sent Murray to the slammer.
If you've heard any Dr. Conrad Murray interviews/random voicemails since being locked up, this won't come as a huge surprise. Guy is a tad delusional ...