Beth Holloway Sues National Enquirer (American Media Inc) Over Publishing Untrue Stories to Profit from Natalee Holloway’s 2005 Disappearance in Aruba

 

RETURN OF THE JEDI …

Beth Holloway, the mother of Natalee Holloway who went missing in 2005 in Aruba and is presumed deceased, has sued the National Enquirer for publishing false stories of her daughters disappearance to profit from the story over the past 7 years. The lawsuit references several articles, including one that claims Joran van der Sloot had a “secret hand-drawn” map to Holloway’s grave.  More to the point, the lawsuit claims the National Enquirer knew statements used in stories were false when they were published anyways.

The mother of Natalee Holloway is suing The National Enquirer, saying the tabloid published untrue stories to profit from her daughter’s 2005 disappearance in Aruba.

Beth Holloway said in the lawsuit filed Wednesday that the magazine and its publisher, American Media Inc., published “false headlines, articles and statements” for nearly seven years.

“They keep on doing it,” said Lin Wood, the attorney for Beth Holloway. “We had no choice but to file this lawsuit. This is a mother who has exercised every effort to make sure her daughter is alive.”

Beth Holloway has continued to search for answers as to what happened to her daughter in Aruba in 2005 and who was responsible. Beth remains a missing persons advocate as she speaks to others to inform them on the dangerous of travel. She continues to pursue “JUSTICE FOR NATALEE’.   According to reports, the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

GET ‘EM BETH!!!



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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “Beth Holloway Sues National Enquirer (American Media Inc) Over Publishing Untrue Stories to Profit from Natalee Holloway’s 2005 Disappearance in Aruba”

    1. Tamikosmom on June 21st, 2012 10:08 am

      Beth Holloway said in the lawsuit filed Wednesday that the magazine and its publisher, American Media Inc., published “false headlines, articles and statements” for nearly seven years.

      Posted June 21, 2012 by Scared Monkeys

      ++++++

      THE NEVERENDING EMOTIONAL ROLLER COASTER RIDE

      Loving Natalee
      A Mother’s Testament of Hope and Faith (2007)
      By Beth Holloway with Sunny Tillman

      Page 224: After more than two yearsof being battered by the tabloids, articles about Natalee still appear in these papers. What makes me as sick as the anguish and suffering I have endured over these articles is the realization that these magazines and their outrageous stories about Natalee appear all over the world. I even saw them in stores in Aruba. Well-meaning individuals who want to express their concerns about these articles send me the tabloids. But this means that even my home is invaded with these distressing and outlandish materials. Even in my dining room — my sanctuary — I can’t escape them. And to think that mllions and millions of readers worldwide actually believe these stories is more than I can bear. There seems to be no end to this attack, and the emotional distress felt by my son and me is irreparable.

      Page 225: Then there are the bloggers against Natalee and her family who continue to dream up all kinds of bizarre scenarios, like suggesting that she secretly left the island on that medical evacuation plane that was in Aruba for three days when we thought she was going to be brought out of a crack house. Destructive remarks about my daughter are very hurtful.

    2. Tamikosmom on June 21st, 2012 11:47 am

      Could it be that Beth Holloway’s lawsuit filed against the NE will put tabloids on notice that there will be consequenses for sensationalized reporting that is unsubstantiated … sensationalized reporting that slanders and causes victims and victims’ families untold emotional pain?

      +++++

      Last updated: June 21, 2012 5:00 a.m.
      Natalee Holloway’s mother sues National Enquirer

      “Defendants purposely avoided learning the truth by, among other things, failing to attempt to interview many individuals who could confirm or deny the things stated in the headlines, articles, and statements and captured in the photographs,” THE LAWSUIT SAID.

      http://www.journalgazette.net/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120621/NEWS03/120629931/1066/NEWS03

    3. NGBoston on June 21st, 2012 11:55 am

      Go, Beth!

      Bless you and don’t ever stop until you get:

      ~Justice for Natalee Ann Holloway~

    4. NGBoston on June 21st, 2012 11:55 am

      Go, Beth!

      Don’t ever stop until you get

      JUSTICE FOR NATALEE ANN HOLLOWAY

    5. Carpe on June 21st, 2012 6:59 pm

      I hope she is successful. If they were writing true stories and not sitting around crafting lies out of thin air – they could defend it.

      The lies push profit… but it is a profit I couldn’t live with, if I were doing it. It is psychological torture for the loved ones.

      I wouldn’t work for that side. I’d rather eat dirt.

      Keep goin’ , Beth.

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