The man who kidnapped Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs after killing his parents has trouble making friends behind bars.
Jake Patterson, 22, was caught on a surveillance video from the prison home and became a nasty brawl with another prisoner in the New Mexico prison where he is serving a life sentence, Fox News reported.
The August block beef began after some prisoners learned that Patterson's case involved the 14-year-old Closs and told them to step out of their prison pod, Fox said.
Patterson starts talking to one of them, and soon the couple are crying at each other, the video shows.
The two hit the ground after a correction officer arrived and shoot an orange beanbag from a shotgun that strikes a railing near them and ends the brawl.
Patterson was sentenced to life after pleading guilty to kidnapping of Closs in October. Before kidnapping the teen, he killed her parents, James and Denise Closs, ins In their home in Wisconsin.
The girl was held for 88 days under Patterson's bed in a cabin about an hour from home before the teens fled and were able to alert authorities. She has recovered from the trauma.
Patterson was transferred to the New Mexico Jail in July amid security problems at the Wisconsin Jail, where he began his sentence ̵