US businessman and wife admit to threesome with Dutch model who fell from Kuala Lumpur apartment


American businessman Alex Johnson and his wife Luna said they had sex with Dutch model Ivana Smit three weeks earlier and on the day she was found dead.
American businessman Alex Johnson and his wife Luna said they had sex with Dutch model Ivana Smit three weeks earlier and on the day she was found dead. PHOTO: FACEBOOK/ALEXANDER AMADO JOHNSON
Dutch model Ivana Esther Robert Smit had fallen to her death from the balcony of an apartment in Jalan Dang Wangi.
Dutch model Ivana Esther Robert Smit had fallen to her death from the balcony of an apartment in Jalan Dang Wangi. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/IVANA_SMIT

PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The American businessman and his Kazakh wife last seen with 19-year-old Ivana Esther Robert Smit admitted to having a threesome with the Dutch model, who was found dead on Dec 7 last year.

Alex Johnson, 44, and his wife Luna, 31, said that they had sex with Smit three weeks earlier and on the day she was found dead.

Smit had fallen to her death from the balcony of an apartment in Jalan Dang Wangi.

The Johnsons also admitted in an interview with British tabloid Daily Mail that all three of them had been drinking heavily and that Ivana had been taking drugs.

The couple met Smit in October last year at a nightclub in Kuala Lumpur where they were introduced by a mutual acquaintance.

"She asked me to stand up and dance with her. We weren't kissing, but we were doing sexy moves," said Luna.

"She was beautiful, charming, confident. I was already melting," added Luna.

 

The three of them even set up a WhatsApp group among themselves which contained explicit flirting.

They had a threesome in a five-star hotel in November.

On the day Smit was found dead, the three had been out all night partying before coming back in the wee hours of the morning.

The Johnsons' daughter got up and Luna said she and Smit had breakfast with her.

"Ivana was hammered. I kept talking to her as I got my daughter ready for school. Ivana lay down while I took her there," said Luna, who went out for about 30 minutes.

Luna said that when she returned, her husband and Smit were on their bed, although Johnson was asleep.

After that, both Luna and Smit got intimate, before Luna went back to her bedroom where she lay down with her husband.

When she came out of the room at about 10am, she found Smit wandering around, talking to herself and giggling.

"I was so tired after all this partying. At 10.15am, I went back to the bedroom. When my head hit the pillow, I passed out," said Luna.

Luna said she then woke at 1.25pm and saw that Ivana's clothes, shoes, bag and phones were in the lounge/kitchen, but thought she had gone for a photo shoot.

The Johnsons were then woken up by the police at 5pm.

The Johnsons have maintained their innocence in the matter, saying that there were footprints on the balcony and on top of the air-conditioning units.

Johnson said he has received numerous death threats since the murder claim was publicised, and claimed there was even an attempt to kidnap his five-year-old daughter.

"A man phoned our nanny, Maha, saying he was Luna's father and would be picking her up from school. Luna's father died before she was born."

"We never intended to make the details of our marriage public. Now we fear our own lives are in danger, and we have no choice," he said.

On Sunday, Smit's family lawyer also told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf that the teen had sex in the hours prior to the discovery of her body.

According to an online portal, he said this was based on new information that was corroborated by the findings from the second post-mortem conducted on Smit in the Netherlands.

Lawyer Sebas Diekstra added that pathologist Frank van de Goot, who carried out the second autopsy, had previously detailed finding male DNA in Smit's body and held the opinion that sex likely occurred in the last hours of her life.

"In the Netherlands, you can be prosecuted if you commit sexual acts on someone who is unconscious or under reduced consciousness," Diekstra told the daily.

De Telegraaf also reported that Smit family spokesman Fred Agenjo believed his niece was not in control of herself nor her actions in the hours before her death.

"There were huge amounts of drugs found in Ivana's body. She was no longer competent.

"If anyone still had sex with a 19-year-old girl who was in that condition, that's not good. They should stay away from someone under such circumstances," he was quoted as saying.