Report: Murder Suspect Joran van der Sloot Demanding $1 Million for TV Interview

Jun 30, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Joran van der Sloot, the Dutch man awaiting trail for allegedly murdering Peruvian Stephany Flores and who remains a person of interest in the 2005 disappearance of American Natalee Holloway, is refusing to give television interviews unless he’s paid $1 million, reports Rob Shuter on PopEater.com’s Naughty but Nice blog.

According to the article, "Van der Sloot is said to be thrilled with the amount of press attention he has received, telling Dutch newspaper De Telegraph, from his maximum-security cell in Miguel Castro prison, that he has even been receiving offers of marriage from female fans. Did the media attention he got from that print interview help him come up with that whopping $1 million price tag?"


  1. I hope no one pays this psycho for anything. He deserves nothing because all he is going to do is lie, which he does in every interview. Until he comes clean he doesn’t even deserve the attention he is getting.

  2. How much is he going to charge for the execution?

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