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- Posted on Jun 24th 2009 4:00PM by Benjy Eisen
Spector is being held in a single cell in a "sensitive-needs facility" area of his new home, the State Prison at Corcoran, Calif. As a medium-security inmate at California's largest prison, he is allowed to ask for certain creature comforts and, at the top of his list, are an iPod, a television and a computer. Prison officials have indicated that those wishes will likely be granted.
Spector was transferred to Corcoran after an evaluation at North Kern State Prison where, he claims, he was mistreated. His allegations are being investigated. This isn't the first time the Corcaran State Prison has seen a celebrity locked behind its chains: In 1999, Robert Downey Jr. served time there as the result of a probation violation. No word on what comforts Downey was granted, but, you know -- he got out.