The mother of accused murderer Joran van der Sloot says she thinks her son may have “done something” to Stephany Flores, the woman he is most recently accused of killing, in Peru. Anita van der Sloot has stayed away from American media, but she gave an interview to the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf in which she said she wished the family had been able to get her son psychiatric help after he was the prime suspect in Natalee Holloway’s murder in Aruba in 2005. "He lied so much, that we became desperate. He said to me too, 'Mom, I sometimes don't know anymore if something is a lie or the truth,'" she reportedly told De Telegraaf. "Joran is sick in his head, but he didn't want any help." She was unsettled that Flores’ murder happened exactly five years after Holloway’s death, saying she thinks it’s time to “let Joran go.” "I will not visit him in his cell, I cannot embrace him,” Anita van der Sloot said. “But he should get a fair trial. He is psychologically disturbed. That has to count for something, right?"