JORAN ATTORNEY ATTACKS NATALEE HOLLOWAY MOM
JORAN VAN DER SLOOT's lawyer has blasted Beth Holloway Twitty for bribing her way into a Peruvian jail to grill his client about missing daughter NATALEE HOLLOWAY.
RadarOnline.com reports that the distraught mother of the American teen -- who went missing on the island of Aruba after she was last seen with the Dutch thug -- came face to face with the Joran in September in her desperate attempt to get answers about her daughter's baffling disappearance.
But Peruvian lawyer Max Altez Navarro -- who is currently trying to get his client released into the general population of Peru's Castro Castro Prison -- blasted her attempt to get answers to the chilling mystery that has haunted her since Natalee went missing in 2005.
Joran Van Der Sloot has been held at a maximum security unit of the Peruvian prison Castro Castro for the past nine months on charges that he killed Peruvian student Stephany Flores , 21.
Navarro told Radar: "Look, Beth Holloway bribed her way into prison. She paid under the table to see my client and she acted in a crazy fashion but I understand why she did it too.
"She was only with Joran for a few minutes and he simply gave her my business card and told her 'call my lawyer' it was as simple as that."
Navarro - who claims his family has been threatened because he is representing Van Der Sloot - thinks that he can get him released from prison on his latest murder charge.
The lawyer believes that any confession Van Der Sloot previously made was illegal and that if he is not formally questioned again with a proper translator within 18 months of being in jail then he should automatically be released.
"If my client is not rightfully questioned within 18 months of his imprisonment then under Peruvian law he should be released," Navarro divulged.
"Nothing that happened before was legally correct in my opinion. I have just spoken to Joran and his spirits are good despite of everything.
"He is treated well in prison and he is a big guy at 6 ft 5 inches tall who can look after himself."