Natalee Holloway suspect has legion of girl fans who send him gifts in prison: report
Joran Van der Sloot of the Netherlands is checked by medical police at a police station in Arica, along the border with Peru, before being expelled from Chile, in this June 4, 2010 file picture. (REUTERS/Stringer/Files)

The imprisoned suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway has "fans" all around the world who send him hundreds of dollars every month, his Peruvian lawyer told Fox News.

Holloway disappeared during her senior class trip to Aruba in May 2005. Joran Van der Sloot was charged with wire fraud and extortion in the U.S. after he allegedly tried to sell Holloway's mother information on the location of her daughter's body and is currently facing temporary extradition to the U.S. from Peru to face trial.

"All his fans from all over the world sent letters to Joran. I rented him a P.O. Box to receive them. Some letters brought 10 euros, 20 euros, 5 dollars. They were girls who wrote and sent him letters with money, and he answered them all," his lawyer Maximo Altez said.

Van der Sloot is in a Peruvian prison for the 2010 murder of 21-year-old Stephany Flores. His original sentence was 28 years, but he got more time because of a drug smuggling scandal in prison.

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