Richard Hatch will have to survive behind bars for at least a bit longer, as he was reportedly hauled off to prison after giving an interview that was not approved by the authorities. Hatch, who won the first season of Survivor, was serving the remainder of his sentence for tax evasion and lying on the stand in his home in Rhode Island, when he apparently became outraged at comments by the U.S. attorney who spearheaded his prosecution. The attorney described Hatch as "delusional," the Associated Press reports. Hatch appears to have initiated the interview, which he gave on a local radio station after a pre-approved interview with Today's Matt Lauer. The radio host said Hatch called up the station twice and was furious. Hatch said the prosecutors unfairly targeted him because he is gay. Sheriffs showed up at his door shortly thereafter.