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Pregnant mum left 'chilling notes predicting her own murder' at hands of evil husband
husband who strangled the pregnant mum of his two young kids was exposed in chilling notes his victim penned before she was killed.Much-loved teacher Amber Guichelaar, 32, was found dead in her bedroom by cops who later arrested partner Richard Guichelaar, 36, over her death.But haunting passages in tragic Amber’s notebook had predicted her brutal murder before it happened.READ MORE: Tourist dead after 'arm and leg' ripped off in horror shark attack as families watchedInvestigators searching the late mum’s car found a diary with her handwriting, that wrote of evil Guichelaar: “He isn’t someone I want around my children.“He is dangerous… I have literally thought to myself, am I safe…asleep next to him? Would he ever kill me?”The eerie scrawlings painted a picture of an aggressive man who subjected his wife to vile outbursts including physical violence.Notes also revealed how Guichelaar would lash out in a fit of rage, throwing mugs at the TV and punching the walls of their home in Grand Rapids, Michigan, US.The notebook would go on to be key evidence in the monster being put behind bars - for a minimum of 33 years for second-degree murder and intentionally assaulting a pregnant woman.A judge warned he was a “danger to society” after cops pieced together the morbid events.Guichelaar rang authorities in the early hours of the morning on November 16, 2020, to report his wife was lifeless.He frantically sobbed: “My wife isn’t breathing… I think she had a sweatshirt around her neck…“She’s purple and not breathing.”For all the latest Daily Star news, sign up to one of our free newsletters by clicking here.Guichelaar tried to claim that Amber had accidentally strangled herself, but an autopsy determined she had died from
'I'm a stay-at-home wife – women should never pay for meals or pour their own wine'
READ MORE: 'I thought I'd found dream man online – but then I found out his real identity'However, after a couple of months of them being on a break, Alan, a contractor, ‘stepped up to her standards’ and they got back together.Not only that, but the pair are now married.Leaha has strict demands when it comes to their dates, such as expecting her chair to be pulled out for her, her wine to be poured, and for the bill to always be covered by her other half.She’s now shared some ‘red flags’ women should look for if they’re after a provider in a relationship – such as commenting on prices and not tipping waiting staff topping the listLeaha, from Sterling heights, Michigan, US, said: "Alan and I first met when we were young, and I then realised that I wanted to be provided for."He stepped up – now he arranges and takes me for dates at least twice a week. He always pays and pulls my chair out for me."In exchange, Leaha says she regularly cooks for Alan and "loves being a housewife".She added: "I want others to know that it is OK to aspire to have this lifestyle."It’s like being a stay-at-home mum – just without the kids."Leaha said she didn’t want to spend her life working after finishing college and picked up a job as a waitress at a restaurant."I wanted time for myself and to have someone to provide for me," she confessed."Alan wasn’t able to provide for me at that point so we broke up.
Jerry Seinfeld’s Pop-Tarts film gets all-star cast
“Unfrosted: The Pop-Tarts Story.”Seinfeld, 68, is starring, writing, directing and producing the origin story of the breakfast pastry — his first film in 15 years.He last lent his acting chops on the silver screen in 2007’s “Bee Movie.”On Wednesday, the Netflix movie’s delicious cast was announced and includes A-list stars that sound de-lite-ful.Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Hugh Grant, James Marsden, Jack McBrayer, Tom Lennon, Adrian Martinez, Bobby Moynihan, Max Greenfield, Christian Slater and Sarah Cooper are set to appear in the comedy, the Wrap reported.The flick will take watchers back to 1963 Michigan, and will chronicle the food manufacturing companies, Kellogg’s and Post, who are cereal enemies.“[It is] a tale of ambition, betrayal, sugar and menacing milkmen,” the logline for the movie said.The story follows the two brands as they compete to devise a pastry that will transform how kids eat breakfast for generations to come.Seinfeld co-wrote the film with Spike Feresten and Barry Marder and came up with the project idea during the coronavirus pandemic, Deadline reported last year.“Stuck at home watching endless sad faces on TV, I thought this would be a good time to make something based on pure silliness,” he told the publication.