MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A former tennis coach in prison for sex with a teenager is now accused of asking fellow inmates for help contacting his victim.

Daniel Wilson is serving a year in the work house for sexually assaulting the girl he coached at Visitation High School.

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Before being sentenced, he was caught three times trying to contact her. A hearing Thursday will determine if Wilson is at it again.

He’s now accused of paying fellow inmates for their access to jail phones.

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He then allegedly used that access to ask others to post messages to Twitter for the girl.

If Wilson admits breaking the rules, a judge could revoke his probation. He’ll then have to serve his full six-year sentence in prison.

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His lawyer told WCCO Tuesday night that Wilson takes this very seriously, and that this will be dealt with in court.