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Around March 29, 2010, Joran van der Sloot allegedly contacted Holloway's attorney John Q.
Kelly with an offer to reveal the location of her daughter's body and the circumstances surrounding her death for an advance of US,000 against a total of 0,000.
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.
On July 8, 2005, and after Satish Kalpoe's attorney threatened legal action over Holloway's allegations, which he described as "prejudicial, inflammatory, libelous, and totally outrageous", Holloway read a statement 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".
A demonstration involving about two hundred Arubans took place that evening outside the courthouse in Oranjestad in anger over Holloway's remarks, with signs reading "Innocent until proven guilty" and "Respect our Dutch laws or go home".
According to the lawsuit filed by the Kalpoe brothers, she has (on various television programs) repeatedly accused them, and Joran van der Sloot, of "sexual assault" and "gang rape" of her daughter.
Holloway was also criticized for making what have been deemed to be inconsistent and contradictory statements (for example, as to whether there were operating security cameras at the Holiday Inn). S.-born editor of the Aruban tourist-oriented newspaper, Aruba Today, who befriended Holloway in the early days of the investigation, Holloway pandered to tabloid television and her "behavior was odd from the get-go".
She received her Bachelor's degree in speech pathology with a minor in special education from University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
She continued her studies at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, where she received a Master's degree in speech pathology.