Joran van der Sloot may be serving a 28-year sentence for killing Stephany Flores but the Peruvian prison inmate doesn’t appear to have lost his lust for other women because of it. In fact, a South American online tabloid is reporting that he is about to get married. But don’t look for the bride to wear black or blue.
Van der Sloot’s attorney is denying matrimony is forthcoming, but he does admit that he might not know every aspect of his client’s personal life.
The jailed man believed to be involved by some in the disappearance and death of Natalee Holloway hasn’t said if the marriage rumor is true or not. And a photo of the mystery woman alleged to become Mrs. Joran Van der Sloot has yet to surface, leading some to speculate if she will be fair and blond like Holloway or dark-haired like Flores.
The convicted murderer’s past with women makes some concerned about any female he might wed since Beth Holloway’s daughter’s body is still missing and Stephany Flores’ was savagely beaten and strangled.
The good news is that the Peruvian convict’s future wife doesn’t have to worry about domestic violence as long as her man stays in jail, so this is one bride who doesn’t have to fear a dress of black and blue–yet.
If Joran Van der Sloot is about to marry inside the Peruvian prison that houses him now, his future wife has one thing that the former Alabama teen Natalee Holloway didn’t have: guards as backup. And that can save her life if he were to become violent towards her in the prison setting during conjugal visits.
The woman that marries Stephany Flores’ murderer can trust that her husband won’t harm a hair on her head as long as he is incarcerated behind bars, however, and watched by guards. In fact, he will probably be the model husband, since he can’t be anything but.
With Fox News reporting that the Aruba native is dissatisfied that his murder confession this year will necessitate he remain behind bars for longer than he expected, it is highly likely that he is entertaining the idea of marriage. After all, it would afford him conjugal visits.
The problem for his bride really arises when Joran Van der Sloot finally gets his freedom from prison. And he’s working on that right now, according to the Telegraph, which says he is fully expecting that his profession of guilt in the murder of Stephany Flores will see him freed much earlier than 28 years—and he thinks he will be able to leave the prison routinely before then.