One man filed a formal complaint against FCI Seagoville alleging staffers released him back into the general prison population despite him being "in fear of his life" following an apparent violent incident that occurred in July.
"I was assaulted with a lock by an inmate who was paid by other inmates to do the assaulting," the complaint read, with him adding that he was then treated by the medical team and moved into a Special Housing Unit for dangerous or at-risk inmates.
"I informed [staff] I am in fear for my life and can’t stay here," the complaint continued. "On September 16, I was released back to general public to only have my life threatened again."
The inmate is reportedly requesting he be compensated financially for "all the suffering that occurred by the gross negligence of the staff at this institution."
The case was later dismissed because the inmate in question did not fill out court ordered paperwork regarding the complaint despite being given "ample" time. However, he is no longer at FCI Seagoville and is currently incarcerated at Forrest City Low FCI in Arkansas, it was reported.
Another inmate at the Texas prison accused the facility of "deliberate indifference" to his "mental and physical needs" in a complaint filed in late October 2022, per a news outlet.
He claimed FCI Seagoville failed to "provide his prescribed medication for 31 days" despite requesting his medication almost daily. The inmate was also in the Special Housing Unit at the time, where he stated he was "at the total mercy of BOP [Bureau of Prisons] staff. He is reportedly requesting $760,000 in compensation in the ongoing case.
As OK! previously reported, Duggar was found guilty of receiving and possessing child pornography in December 2021.
Roughly six months later, the disgraced reality star was sentenced to 12 and a half years behind bars before being transferred to FCI Seagoville in Texas where he is expected to serve out the remainder of his sentence.
The Sun reported the complaints against FCI Seagoville.