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After Flores' murder on —five years to the day after Holloway's disappearance—Van der Sloot fled to Chile, where he was arrested and extradited back to Peru for questioning regarding the murder. for wire fraud and extortion related to Holloway's whereabouts.

While living on Aruba five years earlier, Van der Sloot had been the prime suspect in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway, who disappeared on Aruba on . Van der Sloot (then age 17), along with the Kalpoe brothers, Deepak (then age 21) and Satish (then age 18), was arrested on 9 June 2005, as a suspect in the disappearance of an 18-year-old American woman, Natalee Holloway, who was declared legally dead six years after she disappeared.

After his release, Van der Sloot was required to stay within Dutch territory pending the results of the investigation.

On 5 September 2005, he returned to the Netherlands to study international business management at the HAN University of Applied Sciences.

Stated that the initial arrests were made prematurely under pressure from Holloway's family.

Dompig charged that the family sidetracked the investigation by making it difficult for the police to collect evidence to solve the case.

On 26 September 2005, Van der Sloot told the American television show A Current Affair that neither he nor the Kalpoe brothers had sex with Natalee, but he admitted that they initially agreed to lie to the authorities.

He said that they first told police that Holloway was dropped off alone at her hotel, while he later said that he was dropped off with her at the beach.

He stated that he left Holloway alone at the beach at her request and that he regretted it.

Later that month, while Van der Sloot and his father were in New York City for an interview with ABC's Primetime, they were served with a lawsuit filed by Natalee's parents, Beth and Dave Holloway, alleging personal injury; In April 2007, De zaak Natalee Holloway (The Case of Natalee Holloway), a Dutch language book by Van der Sloot and reporter Zvezdana Vukojevic, was published by Sijthoff in the Netherlands.

Van der Sloot started writing the book while attending business classes in Arnhem.