The head of the Peruvian prison where Joran van der Sloot is being held has been suspended after arranging for the mother of missing US teenager Natalee Holloway to confront her daughter’s suspected killer, the Telegraaf reports.
The meeting between Van der Sloot and Beth Twitty took place in the director’s office and was filmed by secret camera’s belonging to Dutch investigative reporter Peter R de Vries.
Van der Sloot’s lawyer Maxicom Altez told the paper his client had been threatened with solitary confinement if he did not agree to meet Twitty.
Altez said he is taking legal action against Twitty and De Vries for ‘bribing a public official’.
Van der Sloot is in jail in Peru on charges of murdering 21-year-old Stephany Flores on May 30 in his hotel room in Lima.
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