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Convicted Murderer Derek Chauvin Receives $30 Per Week To Spend On Old Spice, Hemorrhoid Cream & Vaseline In Prison

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May. 3 2021, Updated 2:50 p.m. ET

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Convicted murderer Derek Chauvin is still sitting alone in "administrative segregation" but that doesn't mean his personal hygiene has to suffer. 

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Radar has exclusively learned the man responsible for George Floyd's murder receives $30 per week to spend on prison commissary and the items he can choose from are cringe-worthy to say the least. 

We obtained the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights' commissary checklist and it's full of intimate bathroom products like Old Spice, hemorrhoid cream, and vaseline.

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If Old Spice isn't his deodorant of choice, the ex-cop has his pick of unscented or clear gel. If his hemorrhoids start acting up, he doesn't have to sit around in agony because Radar has learned standard cream to combat those swollen bottom veins is on the list too. 

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Vaseline, which is used for basically anything -- and we mean, anything -- is an option too. When it comes to soap, Derek Chauvin has his pick of four different kinds, although they are all bars so he still has to be careful and not drop it.

Shower shoes, ear plugs, allergy medication, Ibuprofen, and Lactaid all make the list too. 

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Radar told you first, Derek Chauvin was immediately placed on "administrative segregation" when he entered the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights facility on April 20. A spokesperson for the prison told us that Chauvin is in a single cell and "will not have contact with other incarcerated people."  

When it comes to food, the disgraced former cop's first prison meal consisted of teriyaki chicken, brown rice, broccoli salad, and string beans. To wash it down, he got apple sauce too. 

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One week in, Radar learned Derek Chauvin tested his fate with fortune cookies -- no, really. The convicted murderer will remain on "administrative segregation" until his sentencing on June 25.

Chauvin was found guilty of second and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for George Floyd's death last month.

He is facing up to 40 years in prison but is fighting prosecutors over the length of his sentence. 

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