Prinsloo facing sex charges
Johannesburg - Belarusian authorities are investigating claims of sexual crimes against Dirk Prinsloo, who is wanted in South Africa on 15 charges related to child pornography and sexual acts on children, The Star reported on Tuesday.
Lieutenant-Colonel Mikhail Starikovich, the head of Interpol's national central bureau in Belarus, said "there were several episodes connected with sexual crimes, probably [allegedly] committed by Prinsloo in Minsk". Some of the allegations refer to "sexual perversions with former girlfriends", The Star said, quoting "Belarusian authorities".
Prinsloo, who is facing bank robbery charges in Belarus, will be sent for a "special psychological forensic examination".
He skipped bail in South Africa in 2005, leaving his former girlfriend, advocate Cezanne Visser, known as "Barbie", to face the charges alone.
He was nabbed by Interpol in Belarus in June this year after a failed bank robbery.