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Marilyn Monroe’s death. The iconic actress died young, when she was 36 years old, leaving behind a legacy of intrigue and memorable images. While Monroe lived a luxurious life once she acquired fame, her youth was marked by conflict and struggle, moving from home to home and having difficulty making ends meet.

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Hospital bomb threat investigators uncover worker's cupboard full of guns
READ MORE: Scorching heatwave 'made 200-year-old tree explode' as expert warns 'no tree is safe'The hospital's marketing director, Reuven Alonalayoff, 46, has been taken into custody over the find and was charged with possession of an assault firearm and two counts of possession of a high-capacity magazine.In the state of New Jersey, his charges could fetch a maximum sentence of about five to 10 years when taken together, along with additional fines.Alonalayoff was taken into custody on Sunday at Newark Liberty International Airport - although it is unclear what he was doing there.Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said: "The unsecured storage of a large cache of weaponry, especially in this location, certainly creates a risk to public safety, and said he was 'thankful this situation was resolved without anyone being harmed."A spokesman for the hospital told The Jersey Journal that Alonalayoff is no longer employed there - but now law enforcement officers are scratching their heads over how Alonalayoff was allegedly able to transport all the firearms into the unit undetected and how long they were hidden inside his office.New Jersey is a Democrat state with harsher restrictions on gun laws than other parts of the US.At the start of last month, State Governor Phil Murphy signed seven bills into law with the hope of curtailing gun violence."In the wake of horrific mass shootings in Highland Park, Illinois, Uvalde Texas, and Buffalo, New York, it is necessary that we take action in order to protect our communities," he said.READ NEXT:US Space Force to deploy deadly robot dog patrols at Cape Canaveral rocket baseWanted man found hiding from cops inside giant teddy now 'stuffed behind bars'Elon Musk promises part three of
Joe Swash opens up about devastating brain illness amid brutal EastEnders axe
Joe Swash has opened up about his devastating brain bug that led to him being hospitalised.The ex EastEnders actor who married Loose Women favourite Stacey Solomon on Sunday was left fighting for his life in 2005 and believes that this ultimately led to his losing his EastEnders role.Joe landed the role of Mickey Miller in 2003 and was only supposed to have a short recurring role but was such a fan favourite that he got a permanent gig on the BBC soap.READ MORE: Stacey Solomon 'marries Joe Swash during Jewish wedding ceremony at Pickle Cottage'Joe struggled with partying too hard and was told to calm down by EastEnders' chiefs because he was "lad about town" and even earned himself the nickname Swashbuckler.The in 2005 his life took a dark turn when he was hospitalised with a devastating brain bug.The star was rushed to hospital where it was discovered that he was suffering from meningitis and encephalitis, swelling of the brain.His family and friends were told to 'prepare for the worst' but the actor began to recover and returned home after six weeks.Joe had to take three months unpaid leave whilst he recovered from his illness and took physio therapy to help him learn to talk and move again.Joe has since told The Sun that he believes his illness to be the reason he eventually lost his dream job on EastEnders."My illness had a massive impact on the job.
Marilyn Monroe heartbreak after admitting Arthur Miller marriage 'first time I'm in love'
Miller confided in her that he was deeply unhappy in his marriage, and told her to expect his return.It would take four years before the pair would be reunited when Monroe moved to New York City to study. Between their meetings Monroe had gotten married and divorced from second husband Joe DiMaggio, but Miller was still married.This did not stop the duo from embarking on an affair although they did attempt secrecy in the beginning before Monroe’s career skyrocketed which saw the press paying closer attention to her. In 1956, the reluctant Miller embarked on the process of getting a divorce and submitted a passport application so that he could join Monroe who was due to film in England. Instead of receiving a passport, Miller was brought to the House of Un-American Activities Committee to testify about his ties to communism. While he was not a member of the Communist Party, he had gone to affiliated meetings in the Forties. Miller was also the author of the highly controversial play The Crucible released in 1953, which used theatrical symbolism to compare the search for Communists in America to the Salem Witch Trials.All of this negative publicity was seen as potential career suicide for Monroe who was just starting to gain proper traction. She was advised to distance herself from him but remained loyal, swaying her adoring public in Miller’s favour as well.The pair got married in 1956 and swiftly headed to England once Miller got his passport, and Monroe was quoted as saying: "This is the first time I’ve been really in love."However, this euphoria would not last for the starlett as she found notes Miller had written concerning her and their marriage, explaining his disappointment and second guessing. This proved not