Joran van der Sloot, who confessed to killing 21-year-old Peruvian Stefany Flores, is under investigation in Bangkok for his possible involvement in the disappearance of several young Thai women who are believed to have been kidnapped and forced into the sex trade. A source in the Bangkok police force tells The Enquirer that he is being investigated due to his 2008 involvement in a Thai sex trade sting. Van der Sloot, while living in Bangkok, was busted for pretending to be a "production coordinator" for a bogus modeling agency in Holland as a ploy to round up unwitting young women. Van der Sloot had fake business cards printed up under the name of Murphy Jenkens, telling women he could get them modeling and dancing jobs abroad. When he phoned a friend back in Amsterdam to try and get a contact to sell them to, the friend turned him over to Dutch journalist Peter de Vries. The rest is journalistic history as de Vries performed a hidden camera sting on van der Sloot in a Bangkok hotel that exposed his scam.