The suspect in Natalee Holloway’s disappearance will reveal details of her death in a new plea deal, according to NBC News.

Yoran van der Sloot, a Dutch national, has allegedly struck a deal to plead guilty to an extortion plot connected to the Alabama teenager’s 2005 disappearance, which occurred on the island of Aruba. Holloway family attorney John Q. Kelly told NBC News on October 15th that the plea agreement was conditioned upon van der Sloot revealing details of how Holloway died and how her body was disposed of.

NBC News has reached out to Kelly for further comment and has not yet heard back. Neither a lawyer for van der Sloot nor federal prosecutors could be immediately reached.

18-year-old Holloway went missing while vacationing in Aruba with classmates celebrating their high school graduation. Her disappearance dominated news coverage at the time, but she was never located. Holloway was declared dead by an Alabama probate court in 2012.

Van der Sloot was identified as a suspect and detained weeks after Holloway’s disappearance, but no charges were ever filed. In 2010, a US federal grand jury indicted van der Sloot on two counts of wire fraud and extortion. According to NBC News, he was extradited to the United States from Peru in June to face allegations that he demanded $250,000 from Holloway’s family in exchange for information about her disappearance.

Van der Sloot was already in custody in Peru after being convicted of killing a Peruvian college student, Stephanie Flores, in 2010. She was killed five years to the day after Natalee Holloway’s disappearance. Van der Sloot was sentenced to 28 years in prison.

Van der Sloot married a Peruvian woman in July 2014 in a ceremony at a maximum security prison, according to NBC News. He has also been transferred from prisons in response to reports that he enjoyed privileges such as television, internet access, and a cell phone, as well as accusations that he had threatened to kill a warden in May of 2023. His Peruvian lawyer told NBC News that van der Sloot had been in a fight between rival gangs. According to his attorney, van der Sloot was treated in the facility’s medical wing and his injuries were “nothing too serious.”

The news that van der Sloot is prepared to reveal details of Holloway’s death is a major development in the case. It is unclear when or where the plea deal will be finalized, but it is a significant step towards bringing closure to Holloway’s family and friends.

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