Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova was set to be moved to a different prison after she went on hunger strike. According to a report from Miriam Elder of BuzzFeed, her family doesn't know where she is now. 

In September, Tolokonnikova went on a hunger strike to protest the terrible conditions at Penal Colony No. 14 in Mordovia, where she was jailed. She was subsequently hospitalized. Authorities announced on October 18 that she would be moved to another prison, after she said that a senior prison official had made a death threat against her, according to a Reuters report. Prison authorities were supposed to tell her family where she was located 10 days after the move, but have not yet. 

Now, Elder reports, that her father says her family does not know anything about where she is, having last heard of her whereabouts Oct. 21, when she was taken from Mordovia. "There’s no proof she’s alive, we don’t know the state of her health," her father Andrei Tolokonnikov said. "Is she sick? Has she been beaten?" Her father and husband, Petya Verzilov, often protested close to the prison colony and hospital, Elder reported. Her father added that he thinks she was moved "to a big city to hide her," and her husband said "they want to cut her off from the outside world."