Eric Holder, the man accused of murdering rapper, Nipsey Hussle, was reportedly found "near dead" inside his jail cell, according to online sources.
Police believe that Eric, who is facing life in prison, may have attempted suicide. Prosecutors charged Holder with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
And there's evidence of this. Here's a screenshot taken of Eric's inmate record - taken from the Los Angeles Sheriff's website. The record shows that Eric was moved from the Los Angeles jail to "USCM" on September 19th.
The letters "USCM" stand for University Southern California Medical Center, or Los Angeles County Hospital. Inmates are moved there only in the event of a medical emergency.
Eric is scheduled to appear in court next month - so that prosecutors can begin the process of trying him, for allegedly killing one of the most beloved rappers in modern history.
If convicted, Mr. Holder would face a maximum sentence of life in prison. He pleaded not guilty to the charges at his arraignment. According to video evidence cited by the police, Mr. Holder walked up to Nipsey Hussle and the two men who were with him several times before leaving and returning with a handgun. He fired several times before fleeing in a white Chevy Cruze that was driven by an unidentified woman.
But it's not clear that he's in any condition for a trial - and it may be postponed indefinitely.
MTO News reached out directly with the Los Angeles Sheriff and with the prosecutors office, neither wished to comment.