In addition to performing Monday night, the “Dancing with the Stars” celebrity prosecutor Nancy Grace has said that God will “get Conrad Murray.”
The 51-year-old lawyer believes Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, should have received Murder One during this week’s hearing.
The trial revealed yesterday that Murray has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter of his former superstar patient, Michael Jackson.
“He should be doing life behind bars,” Grace told the Hollywood Reporter Monday following her low-scoring performances on “DWTS.”
Murray will be sentenced Nov. 29 and is currently being held without bail. His charge could result in a maximum sentence of four years in a state prison.
“He’s going to be miserable. He can run but he can’t hide,” added Grace who hosts her own nightly show on HLN.
“He and Casey Anthony can have a tea party when he gets out in four years,” the prosecutor said, in reference to the Florida mother who was found not guilty for the death of her daughter Caylee.
Michael Jackson died in June 2009 of “acute propofol intoxication,” ruled an L.A. County coroner. Conrad had been administering the powerful anesthetic to Jackson every night for the last two months of the singer’s life to avoid his insomnia.
In addition to offering comments on the Murray trial, Grace remains busy on “Dancing with the Stars.” Tuesday, Grace faces possible elimination after lasting on season 13 of ABC’s show for eight weeks. She and partner Tristan MacManus received Monday’s lowest scores and are in jeopardy.
The five remaining couples include high-scorers J.R. Martinez and Ricki Lake along with their professional dance partners. Also returning this week alongside Grace are Rob Kardashian and Hope Solo.
“DWTS” airs Tuesday on ABC at 9 p.m. EST.