Robert Durst's disgusting hospital jail cell conditions are being exclusively revealed by RadarOnline.com.
The millionaire real estate heir, 76, is awaiting trial, accused of the execution-style murder of his best friend Susan Berman.
On March 14, 2015, Durst was arrested in New Orleans on a first-degree murder warrant signed by a Los Angeles judge regarding the Berman killing. On November 4, 2016, he was transferred to California and soon after was arraigned in L.A. on first-degree murder charges.
Durst pleaded not guilty.
Since then, Durst has been hospitalized in jail after a slew of illnesses.
Radar's exclusive photos show his urine-stained hospital bed, a life-saving breathing machine, narrow window, and personal items behind bars at Los Angeles' Twin Towers Correctional Facility.
Durst will go on trial for shooting his college pal and closest confidant, journalist Berman, 55, in her Benedict Canyon, California home in December 2000.
Berman had reportedly told friends that she believed Durst had killed his first wife, Kathleen, 29, who's been missing since 1982.
In 2003, Durst was convicted of dismembering Morris Black, his elderly Texas neighbor, but acquitted of his murder.
During the sensational trial, it was disclosed that Durst had disguised himself as a woman to avoid being recognized by cops wanting to question him about his wife.
Durst was jailed again in 2015, after he was caught in HBO's true-crime documentary series The Jinx saying, "What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course!"
Now the scion of a New York real estate family lives in filthy conditions, but is also surrounded by classic books, magazines, and an ad for a deli!
Durst is set to go on trial for Berman's murder in September.
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Durst is confined to L.A.'s Twin Towers Correctional Facility in a hospital cell.
The disgraced millionaire has been staying the hospital jail cell for a long time, Radar has exclusively learned. The room where he eats his meals includes a tiny bed and a walker.
Durst was once considered a cultured man and his room includes a stack of books in the corner, including Moby Dick and War and Peace.
Durst has been lying on urine-stained sheets.
The former New York bigwig's deteriorating condition has raised concerns that he may never go to trial.
The alleged killer's room is plastered with crudely torn magazine pages and an April 3 obituary of a San Francisco private detective who had investigated Durst's case.
Highbrow Magazine Fan
Copies of The Economist, New Yorker, and Vanity Fair sit in Durst's room.
Down And Dirty
Durst now lives in surprising conditions after years of publicity about his alleged crimes.
Making A Spectacle
Cross-dresser Durst has several pairs of glasses in his hospital jail cell.
Durst lives in squalor now after his appearance in the HBO documentary convinced many that he is guilty of killing Berman. He denies it.
Durst apparently needs a lot of care in the hospital. He was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2007 and hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid on the brain.
Hallway From Hell
Medical equipment sits in the bleak hallway outside of suspect Durst's room.
Los Angeles County prosecutors believe Durstis painting “a picture of an elaborate conspiracy” in an attempt to keep key evidence out of his murder trial in September.
Radar has ripped the lid off Durst's living conditions as he awaits trial. One of the key pieces of evidence that Durst supposedly wants to keep out of trial is the handwriting analysis of the now infamous “cadaver note” that prosecutors claim the accused killer wrote. As RadarOnline.com readers know, the note was featured on The Jinx.
Fall From Height
Wealthy Durst has faced years of legal trouble. It's unclear whether any family and friends have visited him during his jail hospitalization.
Behind Hospital Bars
The elderly millionaire gained fame in the HBO documentary, when he was caught seemingly confessing to Berman's murder, unaware his microphone was still hot. He was arrested in connection with Berman’s slaying on March 14, 2015, one day before the series' finale aired.
Will Durst speaking in The Jinx be his downfall?
Durst has denied killing both Berman and his wife, and has pleaded not guilty.