Jailed killer Joran Van der Sloot wrote a love letter to his ‘guardian angel’ begging her to keep sending him thousands of dollars and continue paying his legal bills.
The hand-written note was sent to Dr Mary Hamer in Florida after the 24-year-old Dutchman was jailed for killing Peruvian student Stephany Flores for 28 years last week.
It appears the desperate plea was made after Hamer, who he calls his guardian angel and spiritual guide, had asked for $75,000 bail money she sent to his lawyer, Jose Luis Jimenez, to be returned after she realised Van der Sloot was not even eligible for bail.
Guardian angel: Jailed Joran Van der Sloot, left at his sentencing, wrote to his ‘guardian angel’ Dr Mary Hamer, right, begging her to keep sending him money
From prison in Lima, Peru, Van der Sloot shamelessly asks for another $70,000, while begging Dr Hamer, a 55-year-old divorced radiologist, to ‘trust him’ claiming that he loves her – and it would appear she still does.
The ruthless murderer, who is known as the prime suspect in the unresolved 2005 disappearance in Aruba of American teenager Natalee Holloway, admitted killing Flores, 21, in his hotel room in May 2010,
‘I hope you keep supporting me,’ wrote Van der Sloot, in the letter obtained by RadarOnline.com.
‘If everything goes according to plan I will be able to contact you soon.’
Tragic: Van der Sloot admitted killing Stephany Flores,21, left, the Dutchman was also the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalie Holloway, right
According to RadarOnline.com, Dr Hamer claims that Jimenez conned her by saying the cash was for Van der Sloot’s bail.
‘Now I find out by Peruvian law that there is no bail in Peru for murder,’ she told the website.
In his letter, Van der Sloot shamelessly asks for more money and attaches a receipt detailing his legal bills.
‘I need apart from the balance of $69,000 I need $1,000 for a new phone so I will be able to communicate with you again.
‘Please don’t take any action until we are able to speak again which if everything goes well will be within a couple of days.’
‘I beg you to hold on until that time so I can explain everything to you,’ he writes, reports RadarOnline.com
‘Please trust me, that’s all I ask so I can prove that you have always been right about me.’
Dr Hamer had already sent over $100,000 in legal fees and other expenses for Van der Sloot and sent him care packages.
She has also visited the killer, whom she calls Buddha, three times in jail.
He also mentions his guilty plea, saying: ‘What me and Jimenez did is the best, I now still have my appeal to a higher court, which is much more serious. Every lawyer I speak to agrees.’
Known for his ability to charm women, Van der Sloot ends his note.
‘P.S. I love you but what you are doing to Mr. Jimenez is not fair. Altez stole over $80,000 of your and my money. Mr. Jimenez has everything documented.’
According to RadarOnline.com, Jimenez claims to have returned the $75,000 which she is yet to receive.
In an email to RadarOnline.come, he said: ‘Joran is very upset with me for returning the money, I did it [Monday]. Mary Hamer asked me to return it to her after listening to Joran admit to his crime. That upset him very much and he saw me as a traitor.’
He claims that it was his clients decision to ask Dr Hamer for the money, and that he simply verified that it went into his account, reports RadarOnline.com