Freewill often plays a big role in theological discourse, so of course it pops up in arguments over the problems of Hell. This vision of the Inferno kind of amounts to a legal loophole by which God remains the good guy and not the architect (or at least the landlord) of eternal suffering.
Hell is endless, Hell is painful and there's no escape from it -- but, legally, you put yourself there by choosing the life you lived. This vision of Hell bleeds over rather easily into others, but it defines the afterlife as the final stage in the free-willed development of a psychic entity. We just happen to spend out formative years fully fleshed.