The former personal doctor of Michael Jackson was alleged on Tuesday to have been placed on suicide watch at Los Angeles County Jail as he had "lost the will to live" following the guilty verdict in his manslaughter trial.
However, Murray's defence lawyer Nareg Gourjian has vehemently denied the story, insisting that Murray is simply sad about the loss of his friend Jackson.
"Conrad Murray is distressed for being in jail and for losing his dear friend Michael Jackson, but he would never commit suicide," Fourjian said in a statement.
"I have been visiting him almost every day and, under the circumstances, he's doing as well as one can while incarcerated. Any statement that he's going to kill himself is categorically false."
Authorities have refused to comment on Murray's medical status, with LA County Sheriff's Department detective Bill McSweeney explaining: "We cannot say anything about [Murray's] medical status for a lot of legal reasons. He's in seclusion from other inmates and that's for his own protection.
"Some people who are being secluded from other inmates are kept in a medical area merely to keep them separate. If he was in a medical area or he wasn't, it doesn't indicate he has a medical issue."
Murray has insisted that he does not feel guilty over Jackson's death and has previously claimed that he felt entrapped and betrayed by the popstar.
Watch the moment that Conrad Murray was found guilty in the Michael Jackson manslaughter trial below: