Breaking News: Natalee Holloway Was Bludgeoned To Death By Joran Van Der Sloot, Killer Admits


In a shocking turn of events, Joran van der Sloot, the primary suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, has finally admitted to his gruesome crime. During a court appearance in Alabama, van der Sloot confessed to Holloway’s parents that he had taken her life, revealing that he bludgeoned her to death after she rejected his sexual advances. The emotional revelation came from Holloway’s mother, Beth, who confronted van der Sloot in court.

Key Takeaway

Joran van der Sloot has finally admitted to the murder of Natalee Holloway, revealing that he bludgeoned her to death after she refused his sexual advances. The confession brings closure to the Holloway family, who have been searching for answers for years.

“You didn’t get what you wanted from Natalee, your sexual satisfaction, so you brutally killed her,” Beth stated, holding back tears. She went on to say that van der Sloot “terminated her dreams, her potential, her possibilities.”

According to Beth, van der Sloot disclosed that he killed Natalee on the beach and disposed of her body in the water. Although the details surrounding Natalee Holloway’s disappearance have remained a mystery for nearly two decades, this confession sheds light on the tragic events that unfolded on the fateful night in 2005 on the island of Aruba.

While van der Sloot will not be punished for Holloway’s murder in the United States, he did enter a guilty plea to charges of wire fraud and extortion. These charges are indirectly related to Holloway’s death but have been intertwined with her disappearance. Remarkably, van der Sloot expressed remorse for the killing, proclaiming to have become a born-again Christian. However, Holloway’s mother firmly stated that he would always be a killer, regardless of any change in his personal beliefs.

The extradition process for van der Sloot took several years, with him finally being brought to the United States from Peru, where he is serving time for the murder of Stephany Flores. The timing of his extradition coincided with a plea deal he struck with prosecutors, which compelled him to provide detailed information about Holloway’s disappearance.

During Natalee Holloway’s fateful graduation trip to the Dutch territory of Aruba, witnesses reported seeing her leaving a bar with Joran van der Sloot and two other men. All three men were initially arrested but later released due to a lack of evidence. However, it was van der Sloot who became the focus of American investigators, leading to his indictment in 2010 for attempting to extort and defraud the Holloway family.

Following the conclusion of this case, van der Sloot will be sent back to Peru to continue serving his sentence. Once his time is served there, it is expected that he will return to the United States to face further punishment for his involvement in the Holloway case.

The Holloway disappearance captivated the nation, becoming one of the most high-profile missing persons cases in recent memory. After years of searching for answers, the Holloway family had Natalee legally declared dead in 2012. Now, with van der Sloot’s admission in court, the family’s attorney has announced that there will be no further searches for Natalee’s remains, bringing some sense of closure to this devastating tragedy.