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Robert Durst Just Wrote The Most Bizarre Letter While In Jail

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Robert Durst reportedly just penned a letter from his jail cell and in it, he declined to talk about his murder charges or gun charges, but instead about football games and the opera.

The bizarre letter — sent to a reporter at the Los Angeles Times — was postmarked from the Elayn Hunt Correctional Center, which sits on the east bank of the Mississippi River and is where Durst has been since his arrest in mid-March.

In sloppy cursive, Durst writes about the years he lived in Los Angeles, shortly after he was acquitted of shooting and dismembering his neighbor in Texas.

“I loved watching the traffic come up La Cienega and mush into Santa Monica, hated L.A. traffic which makes Houston seem like a small town.”

“My interests are opera and pro football.”

(Photo: Reuters)

(Photo: Reuters)

In reference to their being no NFL team in Los Angeles, Durst blamed “political and business leaders [who] have chosen to fight rather than agree to disagree.”

“And there was no football.”

Then he closes the letter with this.

“I have said nothing about charges, crimes or trials. If you decide to use any of this, which is okay, please make the above clear.”

It was signed only “Bob” and though it included personal details about Durst, “the Times has not been able to verify that Durst wrote the letter.” (RELATED: SNL’s Robert Durst Impression Is Perfect…Down To The Liar’s Blink)