Charles Manson is on his death bed, according to a newly published report.
“He’s not good. His health is failing,” TMZ quoted a source familiar with the infamous cult leader’s health crisis.
Last week, Manson, 82, was taken out of Corcoran State Prison in California’s Central Valley and rushed to a hospital in Bakersfield about 60 miles away for emergency surgery to stop his intestines from bleeding, sources told The Post.
But doctors decided not to perform the procedure because they believed that Manson was “too weak” and could potentially die while under the knife, TMZ reported.
Manson was then shuttled back to the prison, where he’s currently being held, sources said.
The Post on Wednesday exclusively reported that Manson was first taken to the hospital for treatment months ago, indicating that he has been battling illness for some time.
In 1971, Manson was convicted for being the mastermind behind one of the most notorious killing sprees in the annals of American crime.