Beth Twitty returns to Aruba to continue the search and find answers into the disappearance of her daughter, Natalee Holloway. Beth Twitty plans to press authorities to solve her daughter’s disappearance.
Twitty, who arrived Tuesday, told reporters that she wanted to meet with prosecutors and police to discuss a taped interview in which Deepak Kalpoe allegedly says all three had sex with Holloway, who would have turned 19 last month.
“I want to keep the communication channels open with the police and prosecutor,” she said, adding that so far the prosecution has declined to meet with her.
She met with Aruban tourism officials, who have expressed concern that negative publicity surrounding the case could hurt the island’s tourism-dependent economy. However, the government says tourism so far hasn’t been affect.