Photos reveal the condition of the messy cell of millionaire Robert Durst

He is a New York real estate agent who lives through twilight in a filthy hospital jail suspected of having committed three cold-blooded murders.

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And these exclusive jailhouse photos obtained by DailyMailTV give a fascinating look at how Robert Durst, 76, is still yearning for his days as a sophisticated Gotham millionaire.

Durst – which gained worldwide fame through the successful HBO documentary series The Jinx in 2015 – is currently awaiting trial in the medical department of the Los Angeles Twin Towers Correctional Facility.

Our exclusive prison photos show that he is not keeping to his current misery with classical literature, highbrow magazines and advertisements for his favorite places to eat.

Durst is currently accused of killing his close friend Susan Berman, 55, in an execution-like style in her Beverly Hills bungalow just before Christmas in 2000. His trial is now set for January 2020.

Robert Durst awaits trial at Los Angeles Twin Towers Correctional Facility medical department charged with assassinating his friend Susan Berman in 2000

Robert Durst awaits trial at Los Angeles Twin Towers Correctional Facility medical department charged with assassinating his friend Susan Berman in 2000

The 76-year-old's room is littered with classic literature, highbrow magazines and advertisements for his favorite eating places
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The 76-year-old's room is littered with classic literature, highbrow magazines and advertisements for his favorite eating places

The 76-year-old's room is littered with classic literature, highbrow magazines and advertisements for his favorite eating places

Next to the Durst bed are milk cartons, packaged carrots, small breakfast cereals, juice and boiled eggs

Next to the Durst bed are milk cartons, packaged carrots, small breakfast cereals, juice and boiled eggs

Next to the Durst bed are milk cartons, packaged carrots, small breakfast cereals, juice and boiled eggs

Novels piled high in a corner of the cell include Tolstoy's War and Peace, a classic that tells the story of five Russian aristocratic families in the Napoleonic era

Novels piled high in a corner of the cell include Tolstoy's War and Peace, a classic that tells the story of five Russian aristocratic families in the Napoleonic era

Novels piled high in a corner of the cell include Tolstoy's War and Peace, a classic that tells the story of five Russian aristocratic families in the Napoleonic era

Among the other books on Durst & # 39; s reading list is Killing Kennedy by former Fox News presenter Bill O & # 39; Reilly, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

Among the other books on Durst & # 39; s reading list is Killing Kennedy by former Fox News presenter Bill O & # 39; Reilly, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

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Among the other books on Durst & # 39; s reading list is Killing Kennedy by former Fox News presenter Bill O & # 39; Reilly, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

The personal library of Durst also contains Moby-Dick and, curiously, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by the Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

The personal library of Durst also contains Moby-Dick and, curiously, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by the Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

The personal library of Durst also contains Moby-Dick and, curiously, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by the Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari

A page on the wall is the Times Times death announcement by private investigator David Fechheimer from San Francisco from April 3 this year, which mentions how the investigator handled a case with Durst

A page on the wall is the Times Times death announcement by private investigator David Fechheimer from San Francisco from April 3 this year, which mentions how the investigator handled a case with Durst

A page on the wall is the Times Times death announcement by private investigator David Fechheimer from San Francisco from April 3 this year, which mentions how the investigator handled a case with Durst

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Researchers have long suspected that he also killed his first wife Kathie Durst, who disappeared in New York in 1982. The wealthy heir to heirs admitted that he had killed and murdered neighbor Morris Black in Texas in 2001, but was acquitted after claiming he was acting in self-defense.

Black & # 39; s horrific death was discovered when body parts washed up in Galveston Bay before the police discovered that Durst was posing as a woman to prevent police investigations.

Dare & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator.

Novels piled high in a corner of the cell include Tolstoy's War and Peace, a classic that tells the story of five Russian aristocratic families in the Napoleonic era.

The personal library of Durst also contains Moby-Dick and, curiously, three separate copies of Sapiens, a history of humanity by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari.

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The book 1453 by the British historian Richard Crowley: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West and copies of the magazines The Economist, New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Texas Monthly can also be spotted.

Stamps are stuck to the wall above the books, while cutouts from the New York Times and New Yorker pages adorn the wall closest to Durst's bed along with photos of happy times.

Durst is currently on trial for the death of his old friend Susan Berman, 55, in an execution style in her Beverly Hills bungalow just before Christmas in 2000. Durst would have admitted that he had murdered his first wife and feared she would tell the police

Durst is currently on trial for the death of his old friend Susan Berman, 55, in an execution style in her Beverly Hills bungalow just before Christmas in 2000. Durst would have admitted that he had murdered his first wife and feared she would tell the police

Durst is currently on trial for the death of his old friend Susan Berman, 55, in an execution style in her Beverly Hills bungalow just before Christmas in 2000. Durst would have admitted that he had murdered his first wife and feared she would tell the police

Researchers have long suspected that he also murdered his first wife Kathie Durst, who disappeared in New York in 1982. Kathie's body was never found and Durst was never charged or convicted for the murder of his first wife (couple above on their wedding photo)

Researchers have long suspected that he also murdered his first wife Kathie Durst, who disappeared in New York in 1982. Kathie's body was never found and Durst was never charged or convicted for the murder of his first wife (couple above on their wedding photo)

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Researchers have long suspected that he also murdered his first wife Kathie Durst, who disappeared in New York in 1982. Kathie's body was never found and Durst was never charged or convicted for the murder of his first wife (couple above on their wedding photo)

The rich heir to heirs admitted that he murdered and dismembered neighbor Morris Black (photo) in 2001, but was acquitted after claiming he was acting in self-defense

The rich heir to heirs admitted that he murdered and dismembered neighbor Morris Black (photo) in 2001, but was acquitted after claiming he was acting in self-defense

The rich heir to heirs admitted that he murdered and dismembered neighbor Morris Black (photo) in 2001, but was acquitted after claiming he was acting in self-defense

A page on the wall is the Times Times death announcement by private investigator David Fechheimer from San Francisco of 3 April this year, which mentions how the investigator handled a case with Durst.

The first New Yorker cover of 2019, with illustrations titled & # 39; Out in the Cold & # 39; by cartoonist Harry Bliss inspired by the Puck building in SoHo, can also be seen.

An advertisement for Zabar & # 39; s specialty store, on Manhattan's Upper West Side, is close to another ad for the Lupe Tortilla chain of Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas.

The memories of good food are in stark contrast to the grim-looking prison chow seen by Durst & # 39; s bed – boiled eggs, cornflakes, apple sauce, crackers, apple and milk cranberry juice.

A Twin Daily booking booking form, obtained by DailyMailTV, shows that it currently weighs only £ 150.

Gastronomic emporium Zabar & # 39; s – seen on shows such as Friends, Sex and the City, The Simpsons, The West Wing and Seinfeld – is closely linked to the Durst dynasty.

Durst's brother, Douglas – who runs the business empire of the Durst family – was once in business with heir Eli Zabar of the Broadway delicatessen.

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Durst has been sick since suffering from esophageal cancer in 2007 and was recently affected by hydrocephalus, an accumulation of fluid in the brain.

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

An advertisement for Zabar & # 39; s specialty store, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is close to another ad for the Lupe Tortilla chain of Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas

An advertisement for Zabar & # 39; s specialty store, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is close to another ad for the Lupe Tortilla chain of Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas

An advertisement for Zabar & # 39; s specialty store, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is close to another ad for the Lupe Tortilla chain of Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas

The memories of good food are in stark contrast to the grim-looking prison chow seen by Durst & # 39; s bed - boiled eggs, cornflakes, apple sauce, crackers, apple and milk cranberry juice
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The memories of good food are in stark contrast to the grim-looking prison chow seen by Durst & # 39; s bed - boiled eggs, cornflakes, apple sauce, crackers, apple and milk cranberry juice

The memories of good food are in stark contrast to the grim-looking prison chow seen by Durst & # 39; s bed – boiled eggs, cornflakes, apple sauce, crackers, apple and milk cranberry juice

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

Durst & # 39; s only access to light from the outside world is a narrow window above his urine-stained hospital bed, flanked by a respirator

His trial was due to start in Los Angeles in September, but was recently postponed until January 13 next year after defense lawyers expressed concerns about the amount of evidence in the case.

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The second wife of Durst, Debrah Lee Charatan, was indicted by Kathie Durst's family in 2017 for having been told what happened to her.

A source near the Susan Berman family, who asked not to be mentioned, expressed horror at the prospect that he might never be tried.

They said: & # 39; It's disgusting how long it takes to bring him to justice.

& # 39; Isn't he just going to croak the next year in an orange jumpsuit? That is probably the only justice that we will get.

& # 39; He dies in an orange jumpsuit in a four by six cell without privacy.

Zelfs Even his wife wants him to die so that she has complete control of his money and does not have to spend it on legal fees.

& # 39; He is behind bars, but his money can still buy him this deferment and privilege in prison. & # 39;

Susan & # 39; s friend Rich Markey also destroyed Durst – he described the murder suspect as a & # 39; sick narcissistic monster & # 39 ;.

Dare with wife Kathleen who disappeared from their shared apartment in New York in 1982

Dare with wife Kathleen who disappeared from their shared apartment in New York in 1982

Dare with wife Kathleen who disappeared from their shared apartment in New York in 1982

Susan & # 39; s friend Rich Markey has also destroyed Durst (depicted in a 2001 mugshot) - the murder suspect described as a & # 39; sick narcissistic monster & # 39;

Susan & # 39; s friend Rich Markey has also destroyed Durst (depicted in a 2001 mugshot) - the murder suspect described as a & # 39; sick narcissistic monster & # 39;

Susan & # 39; s friend Rich Markey has also destroyed Durst (depicted in a 2001 mugshot) – the murder suspect described as a & # 39; sick narcissistic monster & # 39;

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The former Hollywood producer Markey, now 70, went for a movie and dinner with writer Susan the day before she was shot on December 23, 2000.

Rich told DailyMailTV: & He killed a friend of mine and he also killed two other people. I don't doubt that now.

Now that he knows what he knows about his history, he is a sick man. Being an extremely wealthy man gave him the freedom to get through life without revealing his dark side.

& # 39; Now everyone knows his dark side, we'll see what happens to him.

& # 39; He has already served his time in hell, he has $ 100 million worth of nothing while in jail.

& # 39; He is a monster. What he did to that guy in Texas was monstrous.

& # 39; He killed his wife and Susan, the two women closest to him. That is as monstrous as can be.

& # 39; He's so narcissistic that what's important to him is really the only thing that matters. & # 39;

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