Millionaire and reality TV show winner Richard Hatch will not get his wish to serve out his 4 year prison sentence at a cushy prison "camp" in sunny Florida. Instead, the "Survivor" winner has been sent to a federal prison in Oklahoma to serve out a portion of his 51-month sentence for failing to pay taxes on the $1 million prize he won on the first season of Survivor.
According to reports, the 45-year-old Hatch arrived last week at the Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City, after being held at the Plymouth County Correctional Facility in Massachusetts. It wasn't immediately clear why Hatch was moved or whether he will serve out the remainder of his sentence at the facility, which is described as a hub for prisoners transferring through the federal system. In that case, where o' where will the fat naked guy be sent next?
According to his lawyer, Michael Minns, Hatch would prefer to serve his sentence near his family in Rhode Island, or in Florida.
"He should be in a camp," Minns said. "The camps are the most comfortable of the uncomfortable. They are still jails, but they get to see the sky and be outside. It's bad for Richard, who is an outdoor person."
Now we'll see what kind of a "survivor" Hatch really is.