Harper One, an imprint of Harper Collins published Loving Natalee: A Mother's Testament of Hope and Faith on October 2, 2007.
Written under the name "Beth Holloway" following her divorce from Jug Twitty, starring Tracy Pollan as Beth Holloway-Twitty, Grant Show as George "Jug" Twitty, Amy Gumenick as Natalee Holloway and Jacques Strydom as Joran van der Sloot.
Following the airing of the program, Beth Twitty, adhering to the position that the tapes represent the way events transpired, believed that Van der Sloot dumped Natalee's body, possibly alive, into the Caribbean.
Van der Sloot initially denied knowing Natalee's name, but he then told the following story, with which Deepak Kalpoe, who was present, agreed: Holloway stated that she received copies of police statements stating that van der Sloot admitted having sex with Natalee at his home and described intimate details of her.
She has never released copies of the alleged statement, though she characterizes them as admissions of "sexual assault" However, Vinda de Sousa, former Holloway/Twitty family attorney from Aruba understood that the admission may have been for consensual sex.
The lawsuit alleged personal injury against Natalee Holloway and also alleged that Van der Sloot's father created a permissive environment.
On February 3, 2008, an undercover exposé produced by crime reporter Peter R.
On May 10, Van der Sloot accepted the amount of ,000 by wire transfer from Birmingham to his account in the Netherlands, following a cash payment of ,000 that was videotaped by undercover investigators in Aruba.
In exchange, Van der Sloot told Kelly that his father buried Natalee's remains in the foundation of a house. Attorney in Birmingham later claimed in a joint statement that they were working as quickly as possible and that the Lima murder was in no way the result of them allowing Van der Sloot to flee Aruba with the extorted money. District Court seeks the forfeiture of the ,100 that had been paid to Van der Sloot from Holloway's private funds.
Following her daughter's disappearance, Holloway became a speaker on the topic of personal safety.
She founded the International Safe Travels Foundation to educate the public to help them travel more safely, She received her bachelor's degree in speech pathology with a minor in special education from University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
On June 12, 2005, three days after the arrest of van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers, and in response to a nationally televised address by Aruba Prime Minister Nelson Oduber reaffirming Aruba's commitment to solving the case, Twitty stated, "I'm not getting any answers." A demonstration involving about two hundred Arubans took place that evening outside the courthouse in Oranjestad in anger over Twitty's remarks, with signs reading "Innocent until proven guilty" and "Respect our Dutch laws or go home".
After Satish Kalpoe's attorney threatened legal action over Twitty's allegations, which he described as "prejudicial, inflammatory, libelous, and totally outrageous", Twitty read a prepared statement on July 8, 2005 that said her remarks were fueled by "despair and frustration" and that she "apologize[d] to the Aruban people and to the Aruban authorities if I or my family offended you in any way".
Twitty said that she vowed to share her story shortly following her daughter's disappearance, in the hope that other families would not suffer what she had to go through.