Sir Allen is having a little trouble acclimating to his surroundings. Stanford's attempts to reminisce about how much fun it was to be a billionaire have been interrupted recently by episodes of profuse sweating due to the Texas heat. The knight's lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, is outraged that a member of royalty is being treated to the indignity of residing in a cell with 8 to 10 peasants without air conditioning (in addition to other insufferable conditions) and is demanding a room upgrade for his client.
"For part of the time last week, they were in total darkness," DeGuerin wrote. "The cell has been without air conditioning for at least a week. There are no windows for light or ventilation and the conditions are intolerable."
It looks like the guy who said,"I'll die and go to hell if it's a Ponzi scheme" is getting a sneak preview of what's to come.