Bruce Beresford-Redman, former producer of the reality series Survivor was released from a Mexican jail after spending years behind bars in connection with his wife's death.
The TV producer was convicted in the murder of Mónica Burgos during a family vacation with her two children in a Cancuner resort in 2010. Her naked and beaten body was found on her 42nd birthday in a septic tank.
When Burgos died after a violent altercation with her husband.
Beresford-Redman, now 48, remained innocent throughout the trial.
He returned home, but was arrested in November 2010 and extradited to Mexico. The case made international headlines, and he was found guilty and sentenced to 1
Los Angeles-based KTLA 5 TV station caught up with Beresford-Redman outside his home in Gardena, California on Monday night.
"Thanks, I really have no comment. I appreciate your interest, "he told a news reporter. "Thank you, there is no comment."
Meanwhile, NBC 4 interviewed some of his neighbors who appeared shocked by his release.
I'm surprised and disappointed, "neighbor Maria Doll told the TV channel," At least you should be old and gray when you come out. "
Beresford-Redman was released on June 20, according to NBC 4. He paid $ 2,000 in reimbursement.
The station said it had interviewed its former lawyer in Mexico, who said that prisoners may be released under Mexican law after serving 60 percent of a prison sentence.
Since Beresford-Redman before He spent nearly a year in prison in Los Angeles, and he qualified for early release.