In this photo released by Guatemala  In this photo released by Guatemala's Human Rights Ombudsman's office, software company founder John McAfee is pictured in an immigration detention center in Guatemala City, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. The anti-virus guru was arrested at a hotel in an upscale neighborhood with the help of Interpol agents, hours after he said he would seek asylum in the Central American country. Guatemalan authorities were awaiting orders from their Foreign Ministry about whether to send him back to Belize, where he is a person of interest in the killing of a fellow expatriate American. (AP Photo/Guatemala's Human Rights Ombudsman's office)   

McAfee suffers possible heart attack while in custody

Software pioneer John McAfee was reportedly rushed to a hospital Thursday morning after he was found prostrate in his cell in Guatemala.

According to ABC News, McAfee reportedly complained of chest pains while in custody. (RELATED: Tech executive finally arrested after lengthy chase)

McAfee was apprehended by Guatemalan police Wednesday evening, after he illegally crossed into the country to seek asylum from Belizean authorities.

Prior to his rush to the hospital, he was scheduled to be deported to Belize Thursday morning, where he was wanted for questioning about the murder of his neighbor and rival, fellow American ex-pat Greg Faull.

McAfee, in an earlier interview with ABC News, denied allegations that he was abusing the drug commonly called bath salts.

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