Geoffrey van Cromvoirt was released Monday after being detained as a suspect in the Natalee Holloway disappearance stated by his attorney that he had “no relevant information” regarding the matter.
The 19-year-old man released in the case of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway has “no relevant information” about her disappearance and was not involved in that or in drug offenses, his lawyer said.
The teenager was arrested based on witness statements, but family and friends said he does not fit the descriptions and was home on the night of May 29 and 30 when Holloway disappeared, said lawyer Eline Lotter Homan in a Dutch statement to the media issued late Monday night.
Eline Lotter Homan, Geoffrey van Cromvoirt’s attorney also went on to make the following statement:
“He at no time has met Natalee Holloway, nor has any relevant information pertaining to her disappearance,” the defense lawyer said, adding that he denied allegations of a drug offense. She said he cooperated fully with the investigation, which sped up his release.