New video has been released showing Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, in a Peruvian prison.
He's not looking too thrilled about being there.
The footage shows van der Sloot at the Challapalca Maximum Security Prison, where he was sent after allegedly threatening a guard for confiscating his phone.
He is shown being escorted by prison guards, searched and having his blood pressure taken, then speaking into the camera about what's going on.
It seems that van der Sloot isn’t happy about the change of scenery, as he reportedly went on a hunger strike last week to protest the prison’s conditions.
The alleged killer is serving 28-year sentence for the grisly murder of an unrelated woman, 21-year-old business student Stephanie Flores, in 2010.
He is also suspected of killing Holloway, the Alabama teen who disappeared while on a graduation trip to Aruba, but has never been charged with her death.
Holloway's body has never been found.
Peru has said that van der Sloot could be extradited to the U.S. for questioning in the Holloway case but not before he serves his sentence for killing Stephany Flores.
Joran van der Sloot married last July.