Jon Benet's parents were the initial focus of the investigation, but they maintained their innocence and said an intruder must have committed the crime.No one was ever arrested and the little girl's murder remains unsolved.In a match seemingly made in tabloid heaven, the father of murdered child beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey and the mother of missing-in-Aruba teen Natalee Holloway are dating, FOX News has confirmed.John Ramsey, 63, and Beth Holloway Twitty, 46, have been romantically involved since January 2007, though the two met at a fundraiser last year.Child beauty-pageant winner Jon Benet Ramsey was 6 years old when she was killed in December of 1996.She had been beaten and strangled, and her body was found the day after Christmas in the basement of her own home in Boulder, Colo.Beth Holloway married college classmate David Edward "Dave" Holloway and settled in Jackson, Mississippi.
But as it is in the eyes of the law, he is a victim. I can understand the relationship between two parents who've lost their children, but, I really believe John and Patsy Ramsay were responsible for their daughter's death. George "Jug" Twitty filed divorce papers in Jefferson County Circuit Court on Dec. I was just emphasizing that these two individuals deserve some happiness and hopefully they can find it in one another. Originally posted by Grady Philpott SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2007 The stepfather of Natalee Holloway, the Alabama teen who disappeared in Aruba in 2005, has filed for divorce from Holloway's mother, Beth Twitty.
In 2000, Holloway married George "Jug" Twitty, an Alabama businessman, and moved with her children to Mountain Brook, Alabama.
Immediately after receiving word about Natalee's missed flight, Jug and Beth Twitty flew to Aruba with friends by private jet.
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