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Twitty said that she vowed to share her story shortly following her daughter's disappearance, in the hope that other families would not suffer what she had to go through.
The Twittys and their friends, with two Aruban policemen, went to the Van der Sloot home looking for Natalee.The film re-enacts Natalee's disappearance and stages re-creations of various scenarios, based on the testimony of key players and suspects.The broadcast of the film attracted 3.2 million viewers, garnering the highest television ratings in the network's history at the time.Kelly took over the case and she spent the next two years traveling to various high schools and colleges to present messages about personal safety.When she thought about reaching more travelers with her story, Twitty said that her efforts evolved into writing a book.Around March 29, 2010, Joran van der Sloot contacted Twitty's attorney John Q.
Kelly with an offer to reveal the location of her daughter's body and the circumstances surrounding her death for an advance of US$25,000 against a total of $250,000.
On May 10, Van der Sloot accepted the amount of $15,000 by wire transfer from Birmingham to his account in the Netherlands, following a cash payment of $10,000 that was videotaped by undercover investigators in Aruba.
In exchange, Van der Sloot told Kelly that his father buried Natalee's remains in the foundation of a house. Attorney in Birmingham later claimed in a joint statement that they were working as quickly as possible and that the Lima murder was in no way the result of them allowing Van der Sloot to flee Aruba with the extorted money. District Court seeks the forfeiture of the $25,100 that had been paid to Van der Sloot from Holloway's private funds.
Twitty was criticized for her focus on Joran van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers, to the exclusion of any other theory as to what happened to Natalee.
According to the lawsuit filed by the Kalpoe brothers, she has (on various television programs) repeatedly accused them and van der Sloot of "sexual assault" and "gang rape" of her daughter.
She continued her studies at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, where she received a master's degree in speech pathology.