Former auto mogul Denny Hecker has expressed concern that he may moved toward a traditional prison facility in the near future, the Star Tribune said.
Hecker's former attorney worries that the move to solitary confinement may lead to Hecker being moved to a traditional prison facility sooner than later.
For weeks, Hecker has been held in a special segregated housing unit, where he is serving a 10-year sentence for fraud.
He has also suffered from diabetes and other health problems in the past, which puts Hecker even more at risk in a traditional prison.
A friend of Hecker, Ralph Thomas, believes that Hecker may be in trouble for violating the prison's cellphone policy during his stay there.