Even whilst imprisoned, how does a POS murderer like Joran van der Sloot get more tail than our hapless boy blunder?
Joran van der Sloot, a Dutch man serving a 28-year-sentence for murdering a young Peruvian woman, has impregnated a woman while imprisoned in Lima, according to reports.
Maximo Altex, van der Sloot's lawyer, told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf that the pregnancy is past its third month. Van der Sloot himself also told the newspaper that "a test has proved" the pregnancy.
The woman, identified by the paper only as "Leidi," was said to have become pregnant during an unsupervised visit with van der Sloot. It was not clear whether that is allowed or possible under Peruvian prison rules.
Media in Peru last year identified a woman named Leydi Figueroa Uceda as Van der Sloot's girlfriend, and said they had conceived a son together, but she denied it. Mr Altez then described the pair as "friends."
In De Telegraaf, Van der Sloot said "Leidi" uses the birth control pill but had apparently forgotten to take it and she would not have an abortion due to her Catholic faith. He said he did not have DNA proof the child is his, but he believes it is.
Van der Sloot is a self-described liar, having repeatedly confessed to killing US teenager Natalee Holloway, who disappeared in 2005, and later retracting the confessions. He is the last person known to have seen her alive.