20 Years After Natalee Holloway Disappeared, Joran Van der Sloot Shares Sickening Details Of Her Murder

A shocking revelation has brought closure to a nearly two-decade-old mystery surrounding the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba back in 2005. Dutchman Joran van der Sloot, now 36, confessed to the heinous crime as part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors.

This revelation comes in connection with van der Sloot’s 2010 attempt to extort a quarter-million dollars from Holloway’s mother in exchange for information about her daughter’s remains and the details of her tragic fate.

The dramatic climax occurred at the federal courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, leaving Beth Holloway, Natalee’s mother, reflecting on the end of her “never-ending nightmare.”

As part of the plea agreement, van der Sloot provided crucial details about Natalee Holloway’s disappearance, leading to a concurrent 20-year sentence for extortion. This sentence will be served alongside his imprisonment in Peru for another murder case.

In a chilling interview conducted by his attorney, van der Sloot disclosed graphic and horrifying information regarding the night of Natalee Holloway’s disappearance.

According to the transcript of the interview, van der Sloot recounted a walk on the beach with Holloway that took a dreadful turn. They lay down on the beach, sharing an intimate moment. However, when van der Sloot began touching Holloway, she firmly declined and expressed her discomfort. She even kneed him in the crotch in protest.

The shocking revelation in the interview describes how Holloway bravely stood her ground and resisted her attacker. In response, van der Sloot admitted to a brutal act, kicking Holloway extremely hard in the face, rendering her unconscious, and quite possibly, lifeless.

Van der Sloot then spotted a cinderblock on the beach, which he callously used to strike Holloway in the face. Seeing the dire consequences of his actions, van der Sloot decided to dispose of her body in the ocean, walking away from the horrifying scene.

Beth Holloway expressed her shock and despair upon learning the horrifying details van der Sloot confessed to during the interview. She described it as a soul-blistering revelation.

Natalee Holloway was on a chaperoned graduation trip to Aruba with her high school classmates when she went missing. The group was celebrating their graduation, and Holloway was last seen with van der Sloot and two other young males leaving a nightclub. Despite extensive searches and investigations, Natalee’s remains were never found. In 2012, an official declaration of her death was made.

While this revelation marks the end of a long and agonizing journey for Natalee Holloway’s family, it brings a shocking and tragic conclusion to a case that has baffled and horrified the world for over 17 years.