Friday, July 2, 2010
He'll tell his side of the story for $1 million.
I don't know why anyone would pay that. This guy has a reputation for telling a story, then coming back and saying that he didn't mean it. This is the same Joran Van der Sloot that gave multiple Natalee Holloway confessions - he murdered her, he sold her in to sex slavery, he murdered her - all of his stories never panned out or made sense.
Van der Sloot also wants to stay front and center. If the world wants to get to this suspected serial killer, the best thing that they can do is...ignore him. I have an inkling that this would eat him alive.
Joran confessed to the May 30th murder of a young Peruvian woman named Stephany whom he met at a casino. Her badly beaten dead body was found in his hotel room.
True to form, he's trying to get his confession thrown out, only Peruvian offiicals aren't buying his claims.
Joran's storytelling is catching up with him. He's definitely a scary individual. Whether or not someone is crazy enough to pay him $1 million for his side of the story has yet to be seen. I doubt it will transpire, as his side of the story, in a nutshell, would most likely be "I didn't do it."