updated - May 18, 2013 Saturday EDT
Joran Van der Sloot, who killed Peruvian student Stephany Flores and is the chief suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, may be getting married, according to a report on Friday.
Van der Sloot, who is in a Peruvian prison serving a 28-year sentence, is planning to marry a mystery woman inside the Lima lockup, according to the Daily Beast.
His attorney Maximo Altez, denied the rumors, saying he does not report on his clients personal details. 'I'm just in charge of his legal issues, and I don't participate in his private life," he said. The woman is unknown and the rumor has not been confirmed, but many believe that he will get married while he is still in prison.
Van der Sloot is also looking to have his sentence overturned due to the "poor legal advice" he received upon his arrest. According to his lawyer, Van der Sloot admitted to the murder so he should only have to serve 15 years for the crime, as opposed to the 28 he's serving right now. He is a Dutch citizen who lived in Aruba.
Joran Van der Sloot is still the number one man in question about the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, a teenager from Alabama who had been on summer break in Aruba with her schoolmates in 2005. Attorneys have not released information as to whether there is enough evidence to send him to trial. To this day, Natalee's body has not been found.
Van der Sloot was convicted of murdering Stephanie Flores, a 21-year-old Peruvian woman he met while gambling in Lima. After slaughtering her in a hotel room, he fled to Chile by land and led an international manhunt, before he was arrested.
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