INDONESIAN authorities have suspended a prison warden after a model claimed she routinely met her boyfriend, who is on death row, in a private room at the jail to have sex and take drugs.
In the newest scandal to hit the country's notoriously corrupt jail scheme, Vanny Rossyane, 22, said she had visited drugs kingpin Freddy Budiman three times a week at the Cipinang penitentiary complex in the capital, Jakarta.
"I would proceed at 11 in the forenoon and stay until around five. We would ML and take crystal meth," she notified local newspapers, using notes to indicate "make love".
"There were two rooms, we kept altering. One of them was the warden's room," she said, referring to Thurman Hutapea, warden of the complex's prison for prisoners with pharmaceuticals convictions.
Rossyane's account has commanded to a flurry of salacious media accounts and remarks on Twitter, some denigrating the twosome and others calling for the warden to be sacked.
A representative for the correctional amenities department at the justice ministry said the jail warden was being interrogated.
"He was suspended because we have to inquiry him founded on accounts received Wednesday. We will delay for the results," he said.
Budiman, 37, was sentenced to death on July 15 by a court in Jakarta for attempting to coordinate the smuggling of 1.4 million ecstasy tablets from ceramic.
Budiman was already in jail for another narcotics infringement when he endeavored to organize the drug run.
The Cipinang penitentiary, where high-profile corruption convicts and rich drug dealers are locked up, has been long criticized for giving special favors to those who can pay.
The prison has been apprehended giving some prisoners large personal rooms and permitting them to convey in maids, furnishings, air conditioners and televisions.
The case appeared two weeks after a major jailbreak from a prison which had more than two times its capability of inmates. Convicted terrorists were among those who got away.
The jailbreak on the island of Sumatra prompted calls for activity on the country's overstretched jail system.