There is new speculation running rampant over the disappearance three years ago of Mountain Brook teenager Natalie Holloway.
The 18-year-old vanished while in Aruba in May of 2005.
Last night, Fox News aired an interview with Joran Van Dersloot, one of the men previously charged in her disappearance.
In that interview, he claimed he sold Holloway into white slavery and believes she was taken to Venezuela.
Van Dersloot said he was paid twice by the same man who wanted a "blond American girl," the first payoff for delivering Natalie and the second for keeping quiet.
He says both his father and attorney knew about him selling the Alabama girl, but told him to keep quiet.
Since he recorded the interview, Van Dersloot reportedly contacted Fox News to tell them he had lied to them again. They are continuing to investigate.
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