Aldhouse, due in August to face the continuation of his trial for the alleged murder of a former US Marine in 2010, is considered the worst-behaved inmate in the Phuket jail, sources have told Phuketwan.
Worse may be to come for Aldhouse with relatives of the man he stabbed to death, Dashawn Longfellow, planning to fly to Phuket to see justice done.
Bobbette Anderson, Dashawn's aunt, said she and Dashawn's mother were hoping to get to Phuket for the trial judge's decision.
''I want to see Aldhouse's face when he is sentenced for his senseless murder of my nephew,'' Ms Anderson said today. ''I hope he rots in hell for taking a wonderful man's life.
''We are hoping he is found guilty and spends the rest of his miserable life in a Thai prison.''
In December, Aldhouse became the first Briton to be sent to Thailand under an extradition agreement between the two countries that had been in place for 101 years. He continues to seek VIP treatment inside Phuket Prison.
''He has a highly developed sense of self-importance,'' one source said. ''He is mostly avoided by other prisoners because his behavior is erratic.''
Another British prisoner became involved in a punch-up with the former Thai kickboxer, the source said, but neither man was seriously injured.
More of a problem, though, was Aldhouse's dislike of the new flywire screens, added to the cell dormitory bars to keep out mosquitoes and other insects.
All of the dormitory's other 29 occupants had no problem with the screens. But Aldhouse did.
''Lee pulled them all down,'' the source said. ''His visiting rights might be curtailed as punishment.''
Jailers are sensitive about treating Aldhouse too harshly because of continuing concerns in Britain about a British citizen being extradited to a jail in a developing country.
Aldhouse admits to killing Longfellow on Phuket then fleeing to Brtain, where he was apprehended, but denies he intended to commit murder.