The man who abducted Wisconsin teenager James Kloss after killing her parents has problems with their friendship behind bars.
22-year-old Jake Patterson was caught in a prison surveillance video entering a nasty fight with another inmate in a New Mexico prison where he is serving a life sentence, Fox News reported.
Beef began in August after some inmates learned that 14-year-old Closs was involved in Patterson's case, prompting them to tell him to get out of prison, Fox said.
Paterson starts talking to one of them, and soon the couple blurs on top of each other, the video shows.
The two hit the ground after a corrections officer arrives and fires an orange rifle bag that hits a railing near them and ends the brawl.
Paterson was sentenced to life after pleading guilty in May to abducting Closs in October 201
The girl was held for 88 days under Paterson's bed in a cabin about an hour from home before the teenager escapes and manages to alert the authorities. She recovers from the trauma.
Paterson was transferred to the New Mexico prison in July amid security concerns at the Wisconsin prison, where he began his sentence – and where he went into a fight with another prisoner in June.