"She was in the hallway and for the night moved into the shower room and spent the night there. There is a couch in the shower room and she was allocated a warm blanket," he said at a press briefing on Wednesday, reports Interfax.
Lapinskyy said that he did not know in what position - sitting or lying down - Tymoshenko spent the night, noting that in the corridor she sat on the walker.
He also could not answer the question where the former Prime Minister is at the moment.
A day earlier, Tymoshenko announced civil disobedience action and reported it in an open letter released by her defender Serhii Vlasenko.