Bill Cosby’s accommodations at the Pennsylvania SCI Phoenix prison are changing as he was recently moved to a general population unit.

The 81-year-old was moved to the new unit on Jan. 28 after four months in a special unit, Amy Worden, a corrections department spokeswoman, told Radar Online. Cosby’s previous cell was a 7-by-13-foot space that was isolated away from the other inmates at the maximum-security prison for his own safety, according to the outlet. 

In general population, Cosby has a single cell but has not been placed in a unit for older adults, a state prison spokeswoman told NBC News. Here, inmates can spend several hours each day in the gym, exercise yard, library, class, or day room.

The safety of Cosby, who is in prison sexual assault, is a real concern at the prison as Larry Lawton, an ex-inmate, said in the All Rise podcast that “Bill Cosby, because of the nature of his crime, is gonna have a very rough ride.

“He’s gonna be extorted. It started already. He’s gonna have people who don’t like him. He’s gonna have people who are mad that he’s a celebrity and he has money and they think he thinks he’s gonna get away with stuff and he’s not.”

“Sometimes celebrity inmates get treated worse,” he added. “If he thinks he’s gonna talk like a privileged person and treat people like they’re below him, he’s got another thing coming.”

Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for three counts of aggravated indecent assault.