Theresa Cachuela of onlyfans dead, tragic loss of mother in fatal shooting

A show of solidarity with the children who lost their mother a few days before Christmas. Family members say Theresa Cachuela was shot to death in Pearlridge Center by her 11-year-old husband, Jason, who was later found dead of an apparent suicide.

Christmas shoppers stopped by local 2BDesired store in Ka Makana Alii to show aloha to a family who has lost so much. “I’m a mother of five, and I can’t imagine what the kids are going through right now, so just my heart goes out to them,” Kaui Asinsin said.

“I don’t think anyone can imagine what the kids, and the family, are going through. But we’re all a community; we’re here for them. And we’re here to support them in any way we can,” said Desiree McNally, owner of 2BDesired. The store was one of the collection locations for a donation drive organized by Theresa Cachuela’s loved ones.

“She was also a very supportive friend to me,” McNally said. “She supported me before I had my business, I used to do competitions and stuff, she voted for me all the time when I opened my business, she bought from me several times and she was always posting, you know, saying the products were great and stuff. , and she was a very caring person, and I think you could see the kind of person she was.”

Between the couple, five children, now without their parents.

Two boys, 18 and 15 years old, and three girls, 20, 13 and 8 years old; Relatives say that the youngest saw her father shoot her mother.

Theresa Cachuela’s mother and stepfather spoke to HNN about the devastating impact on the family. “I need help because you don’t know when someone is going to be taken from you,” Lucita Ani-Nihoa said. “The next few years will be traumatic for everyone… I just have to be strong for my grandchildren and my wife, my whole family. I love them. I’m going to miss Teresa,” Roy Nihoa said.

A tragedy that has moved people who hope that a simple donation can bring some comfort.

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