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"They keep on doing it," said Lin Wood, the attorney for Beth Holloway. This is a mother who has exercised every effort to make sure her daughter is alive." Natalee Holloway was 18 years old when she vanished during a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island of Aruba.

She was last seen leaving a bar the morning of May 30, 2005 with Joran van der Sloot, a Dutchman who was raised in Aruba.

Van der Sloot pleaded guilty in January in Peru to killing the 21-year-old Flores.

The lawsuit mentions several articles, including one that claims van der Sloot had a "secret hand-drawn" map to Holloway's grave.

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Van der Sloot has been in a prison in Lima, Peru, since June 2010, pending trial.

Van der Sloot admitted details of Flores' murder to a Peruvian newspaper last year, saying he hit Flores repeatedly after she looked at his laptop. For me to hear that Joran had murdered another young woman, I think that's when it all came into perspective for me as to who this young man was, and he's a violent - he's a killer." Prior to airing her new show, Lifetime also aired a documentary that showed video of Holloway visiting van der Sloot in prison last year in Peru.

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The lawsuit also claims the magazine knew statements used in stories were false when they were published.

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