Beth Holloway believes Joran van der Sloot’s confession to murdering daughter Natalee was ‘corroborated’

Beth Holloway believes Joran van der Sloot’s confession to murdering her daughter Natalie in Aruba is corroborated.

Van der Sloot confessed to killing Natalie Holloway as part of a plea deal on extortion charges revealed on Wednesday. Natalie Holloway was 18 years old when he went on a senior trip to Aruba with Brook High School. She was last seen leaving the bar with van der Sloot, but she was never found.

Van der Sloot’s confession provides a disturbing account of Natalie Holloway’s death. Ms van der Sloot admitted that she crushed the girl’s head with a cinder block on the beach after she rejected his sexual advances. She said she then dragged her body into the ocean where she lost consciousness and she left the scene.

In an interview with prosecutors on October 3, van der Sloot said he grabbed Bullock because he was angry that Natalie Holloway did not respond to his sexual advances. “I hit her flat on the head,” he told prosecutors.

Joran van der Sloot confesses to murdering Natalie Holloway

Beth Holloway walks out to speak to the media after appearing in front of the Hugo L. Black Federal Courthouse on Wednesday, October 18, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama. Van der Slootalva, the man responsible for Natalie Holloway’s 2005 disappearance, admitted to killing her and disposing of her body, then pleading guilty years later to charges of trying to extort money from the boy’s mother. agreed, a US judge announced Wednesday. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

“Her face is basically falling apart,” he added. Even though it’s dark, you can see that her face is crushed.

Van der Sloot said he put her body in the water to about knee depth and then pushed her into the ocean.

Van der Sloot said he walked home after killing Holloway. Beth Holloway told NBC News that after the murder he went home and watched porn.

“How could he have murdered her and then go home, check the soccer scores, go to a porn site, get up, take a shower and go to school?” Holloway said. Ta.

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Holloway told Fox News that she believed Van der Sloot’s confession, saying it was corroborated despite Van der Sloot’s false history.

Timeline of Alabama teen Natalie Holloway’s death

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Joran van der Sloot mugshot (Shelby County Jail)

“We have the Miami FBI team, we have the Birmingham FBI team, we have the prosecutors. We have a comprehensive team, and it was a comprehensive approach to getting answers,” Holloway said. “And not only that, everything was comprehensively corroborated and done… We even had a polygrapher come from the Miami department and I was able to meet with him. We met, and we really feel “good.” “

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Joran van der Sloot is the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalie Holloway. He is serving a sentence in Peru for the 2010 murder of a 21-year-old woman named Stephanie Flores. (Getty Images, Associated Press)

Holloway also said he felt van der Sloot confessed because he was in U.S. custody, something that might not have happened otherwise.

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Courtroom sketch depicts Beth Holway in federal court.

A courtroom sketch depicts Beth Holloway addressing the court during Joran van der Sloot’s appearance in federal court on Wednesday, October 18, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama. Van der Sloot admitted to killing his daughter Natalie Holloway in 2005. (Lucy Lukovic)

Van der Sloot will serve time in Peruvian custody and will be ordered to pay $25,100 in restitution.

The Dutchman pleaded guilty to racketeering and wire fraud charges for extorting $250,000 from the Holloway family and collecting a $25,000 advance payment for information about the whereabouts of the body. The remainder was to be paid once Holloway’s body was positively identified.


Photo illustration shows Natalie Holloway and Joran van der Sloot

Dutchman Joran van der Sloot arrives for a hearing at Lima’s Lurigancho Prison on January 11, 2011. The trial of Van der Sloot, who was charged with the murder of a young Peruvian woman in 2010 and who is also a suspect in her disappearance several years earlier. An American woman living in the Caribbean continues to stay in Lima. (Ernest Benavidez/AFP via Getty Images)

But U.S. prosecutors say Van der Sloot lied to Beth Holloway about the location of her daughter’s body. The alleged extortion scheme took place between March 29, 2010 and May 17, 2010. pleaded not guilty The charges were filed after a June hearing during which he was temporarily extradited from Peru to the United States.

Fox News’ Michael Ruiz and Samantha Daigle contributed to this report.

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