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His terrace cottage was subsequently rented out, bringing in £1,100 a month.At the time, sources revealed to the Mail that Adam’s bank accounts contained ‘substantial sums’ of money.Larry and his family and Charlotte have since returned to Britain. Drawn up in 1997, since Adam’s arrest and disappearance the will has not been amended in any way.
Rather than face the music or argue his case in court, Adam chose to run, leaving a note telling his parents he would not be able to contact them ‘for quite some time’. Some six years on, even the death of his mother has not brought him forth.Sadly, that was the way it had to be: it was what her son Larry and daughter Charlotte wanted.Because the moment their 78-year-old mother collapsed from a fatal stroke, they knew it was only a matter of time before the shadow that has haunted their lives privately for the past seven years would once again be brought into the public gaze.Two years ago, Ally Barker, 28, joined the staff as a math teacher and became fast friends with her more senior colleague. In November, Steifer even changed his relationship status on Facebook to reflect that he and Barker were dating, and earlier this year, he decided to propose at school on Valentine’s Day.‘I pretty much figured that we met because of that school, we became friends because of that school, we fell in love because of that school, so it made sense,’ he said.Then sometime last year, Barker and Steifer began dating. Speaking to ABC News, the groom-to-be said he knew his students have been suspecting that he and Barker were in a relationship, and some have even looked them up on Facebook.'There would be a brave kid that would make some comments like, “I heard you and Miss. Fellow fifth-grade teacher Kristine Gillespie had her phone camera at the ready when on February 14, Jason Steifer stood before his class, with Ally Barker at his side, and asked if they heard a rumor about him and ‘Miss Barker dating.’ All the students raised their hands.‘The answer is yes, we are dating,’ Seifert said, causing a pandemonium of whoops and cheers to erupt.