Natalee Holloway Sad News

Natalee Ann Holloway disappeared in Aruba on May 30, 2005, and her family has been in the dark for more than 18 years. Now, they know what happened.

Eventually, Joran Van der Sloot, the primary suspect in 18-year-old Natalee’s disappearance, acknowledged that he had killed her.

The 36-year-old Dutch national van der Sloot acknowledged he was the murderer during his appearance in federal court on Wednesday. He appeared in court to be sentenced for a 2010 plot in which Halloway’s mother had been tricked into giving up money in exchange for information regarding her daughter’s whereabouts and cause of death. He received a 240-month prison sentence for the 2010 extortion scheme.

Prosecutors declared throughout the court that Van der Sloot had admitted to killing Natalee Holloway. Declaring he was reborn, he said:

According to, van der Sloot stated in court, “I would like to take this chance to apologize to the Holloway family, to apologize to my own family, to say I hope the statement I provided brings some kind of closure to everyone involved.” He went on to say that he had “opened his heart” to Jesus. “I’ve changed from the person I was then.”

Van der Sloot claimed that when he attempted to “feel her up,” Holloway gave him a knee to the crotch. In retaliation, he kicked her in the face and struck her with a cinder block. Then he threw her into the sea. Natalee’s remains, sadly, will never be located for a dignified funeral.

Holloway and 124 other Mountain Brook High School grads arrived in Aruba on Thursday, May 26, 2005, for an unofficial five-day graduation trip. Seven chaperones were with the teenagers.

Van der Sloot was given a 20-year sentence by Judge Anna Manasco for federal offenses. The magistrate declared:

Manasco stated on Wednesday, “I have taken into consideration your confession to the brutal murder of Natalee Holloway.”

“You have brutally murdered two beautiful women who refused your advances for sex in separate incidents that happened years apart.”

Joran Van der Sloot is incarcerated in Peru for 28 years after killing another woman in 2010.

On Monday, May 30, at 1:30 a.m., Holloway was last seen by her classmates leaving the bar and nightclub in Oranjestad.

The American public was enthralled with the narrative.

We hope that Natalee’s family and friends will finally get some closure as a result of this confession.

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