Disfavored Pistorius serving six-year sentence in single room cell



Disrespected South African Paralympics runner Oscar Pistorius has been serving his six-year sentence for murdering his better half in the same single cell in the doctor's facility area of Pretoria's Kgosi Mampuru jail.

The 29-year-old beforehand put in a year in the same cell and has been given the same office because of his incapacity, said Manelisi Wolela, representative for the Department of Correctional Services.

The authority further said the twofold amputee competitor would be in a powerless position on the off chance that he was set in shared ordinary cells, News24 reported.

Pistorius started his sentence on Wednesday after the High Court in Pretoria sentenced him to six years in prison for the homicide of his model sweetheart Reeva Steenkamp in 2013.

Prior in December, Pistorius, broadly known as the Blade Runner, was discovered blameworthy of homicide after the Supreme Court toppled his past punishable murder conviction taking after the state's effective endeavor in testing the decision.

Pistorius has dependably denied purposely murdering his better half and asserted that he confused her for an interloper before shooting her dead with four slugs terminated through a shut can entryway.

He will be qualified for parole once he finishes half to 66% of his sentence.