Beth Holloway claims she was "utterly destroyed" by "heinous" and "false" statements about her missing daughter.
Oxygen said in a statement it was disappointed in the lawsuit by Beth Holloway.
When Alabama high school senior Natalee Holloway vanished from an Aruba beach in May 2005, the desperate search for the 18-year-old garnered international attention. Although investigators failed to find concrete answers regarding the missing teenager, interest in the case remained high over the...
The mother of Natalee Holloway, whose disappearance in Aruba in 2005 remains unsolved, is suing over a TV series on Oxygen last year about the case. In her $35 million lawsuit, Beth Holloway says the producers duped her into believing they were investigating a legitimate lead in the case when,...
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Natalee Holloway disappeared almost 13 years ago during her senior trip to Aruba. Beth Holloway has been left with pieces of what may have happened to her daughter, but no real answers. There was never a body found; Holloway just simply vanished. Show More Summary
A California lawsuit adds a new twist to a mystery wreaked by false leads and fabricated confessions.
DNA extracted from the fragment indicates it's not from the missing Alabama teen, but it does belong to someone of similar ethnicity.
Human bone fragments found in Aruba do not belong to Natalee Holloway, according to forensic scientist Dr. Jason Kolowski. The post Human Bone Fragments Found In Aruba Do Not Belong To Natalee Holloway appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The remains that were discovered in Aruba back in August do not belong to Natalee Holloway, a forensic scientist has determined, leaving her family without answers once again in a case that has baffled investigators for over a decade. Dr. … More » The post Remains Found In Aruba Do Not Belong To Natalee Holloway appeared first on EveryJoe.
Skeletal remains found in Aruba do not belong to Natalee Holloway.
Holloway went missing in Aruba, a Dutch Carribean island off Venezuela. on May 30, 2005. She was officially declared dead in 2012.
Man Who Broke New Leads In Natalee Holloway Had Sexual Relationship With Joran Van Der Sloot Just when we thought the stories about Joran Van Der Sloot couldn’t get any MORE strange… The Oxygen series “The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway”
The 12-year mystery surrounding the disappearance of Natalee Holloway got even more lurid this week, with reports from an informant that the Alabama teen's skeletal remains were dug up, mixed with the remains of a dead dog, cremated, and scattered off Aruba. The report was broadcast yesterday on the third...
Oxygen has just had its highest-rated premiere for a true crime series in the network’s history, with “The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway” delivering a cumulative 1.1 million total viewers on premiere night, the network announced. The program premiered Saturday, Aug....
Natalee went missing in 2005 and was officially declared dead in 2012 despite her body not being found.
The remains were confirmed to be human and of European descent.
Early DNA test results carried out on skeletal remains believed to belong to Natalee Holloway – the young girl who was on a high school graduation trip with her friends when she disappeared 12 years ago – appear to suggest … More » The post Remains In Natalee Holloway Case Are Of Caucasian Descent appeared first on EveryJoe.
DNA testing on remains found in the Natalee Holloway case have brought family closer to learning the fate of their missing daughter.