Report says that the gang leader who dressed up as teen daughter to escape prison was later found dead.
The 42 year old inmate from Brazil, who attempted to deceive the prison warders by camouflage as his 19 year old inmate died in the Cell.
Few days ago, news went viral about the Brazilian gang leader Clauvino da Silva trying to escape prison.
According to reports, he committed suicide by hanging himself with his bedsheets.
Meanwhile, a formal investigation to ascertain the cause of death is still ongoing.
The probe into his daughter and a number of other alleged accomplices is also still ongoing.
Rio de Janeiro authorities state that da Silva was a leader in the Red Command, a top criminal organization in Brazil responsible for drugs and weapons trafficking.
During his latest attempted escape, da Silva was caught by prison staff wearing a silicone mask along with a long, dark wig.
His daughter was left behind in the prison as he made his way out in her place.
“When he started talking, and pretending to speak like a woman, the guard realized that it was an attempted jailbreak, and identified him,” said deputy head of prison operations Moyses Henriques.
Following the escape attempt, da Silva was set to be transferred to a maximum-security prison.
He was reportedly facing over 70 years in prison and recently received a 25-year sentence.