Tell me, what are the odds that there is always an issue involving him or his camp on selective days? These issues coincidentally have a tendency to appear at a heightened state--at times when tributes are being done in remembrance of Michael Jackson. There aren't that many coincidental instances of chance here. What this appears to be is that Conrad Murray has gotten well versed in how to exploit a situation to his best advantage. His statements can't appear genuine because the releases to the public seem to be scheduled (on or around June 25th or August 29th)! On or around these days in particular he always seems to have some issue.
DING IN THIS CORNER
- "Floyd Mayweather Jr. got hammered by a judge, who just sentenced him to serve 90 days in jail for beating up his baby mama in front of their kids. Floyd was sentenced to 6 months in jail, but 3 months of that sentence was suspended. He also gets 3 days credit for time he has already served. TMZ broke the story ... the boxer was arrested in September 2010 -- after his ex-girlfriend accused him of striking her "multiple times in the head with his fist" and then threatening to kill her. Floyd struck a plea deal with prosecutors in the case -- in which he pled guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence ... in exchange for getting a pass on the felony battery charge."
- "Floyd Mayweather, Jr. says he's begun to shrivel up into a puny regular person during his first 12 days in the big house ... and he's worried he won't be able to bounce back in time to save his boxing career. Mayweather made the statements in new legal papers ... in which he begs the judge to release him from the Clark County Detention Center in Nevada and let him serve the remaining time in his 3-month sentence on house arrest. FYI -- Floyd is currently locked up for beating his baby mama in front of their kids last year. In the docs, Mayweather says he spends 23 hours-per-day locked in isolation for his own safety. But he claims the imprisonment is taking a "cruel and inhuman" toll on his rippling physique because he can't train at a world class level while serving his time. Mayweather claims his doctor is concerned about his "dehydrated appearance, his lack of muscle tone and his dry mucus membranes." Floyd says his doctor also "expressed deep concern for [Floyd's] health and explained that any lengthy period of time with an inappropriate diet, coupled with lack of regular exercise, will most likely lead to irreversible damage to Mr. Mayweather's physique." Floyd's doctor also told the court he's concerned about Floyd's diet ... because he used to eat 3,000 to 4,000 calories per day ... and now, the doc believes FM is eating less than 800."
OK now that we've gotten into the sinister particulars of the situation at hand let's address the actual allegations and claims made via Constance & his camp:
OK now that we've gotten into the sinister particulars of the situation at hand let's address the actual claims made via Connie & his camp:
Therefore, please allow me to put things in their proper perspective and get it right on the first go round!
#2. Judge Pastor did the sentencing and issued the maximum sentence allowable by law.