It is even worse that a man that did the exact same thing as she did would have been vilified, rather than pitied and scorned. Kinda creepy. I still think the public does not get this: the only thing weirder than getting it on with this kid would be marrying him.
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Back inMary Kay Letourneau, 34, was a married mother of four who taught at a Seattle elementary school. Vili Fualaau was a year-old sixth grade student in her class. They began a sexual and romantic relationship that would lead to nationwide television coverage, multiple jail stints, books about forbidden love, two children and ina marriage.
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While awaiting sentencing, she gave birth to Fualaau's child. Her plea agreement called for six months in jail, with three months suspended, and no contact with Fualaau for life. The case received national attention.
Former teacher Mary Kay Letourneau met her future husband, Vili Fualaau, in a school classroom in At the time, Fualaau was only 12 years old. Letourneau, then 34, was already married and a mother of four children when she began her relationship with Fualaau. Despite being sent to prison multiple times over the affair, Letourneau went on to have two children with Fualaau, to publicly televise their marriage, and even to co-author books about their forbidden love.