Mary Kay Letourneau - the former teacher imprisoned after pleading guilty to raping her student, whom she later married - is dead after battling stage 4 colon cancer.
Police caught the pair in a auto at a marina parking lot, but no charges were laid after Fualaau's mother told the cops to return him to Letourneau, not knowing that Letourneau lied about Fualaau's age and what actually happened in the vehicle.
It was a story that made national headlines the mid 1990s, when Washington state elementary school teacher Mary Kay Letourneau was arrested and went to prison for having sex with her 6th grade student Vili Fualaau. He was age 12 at the time - and just 13 when Letourneau had his first baby.
We contacted a spokesperson for Vili and they would only say it's a very hard time right now.
She was then sent back to jail after violating her condition, and ordered to serve out the balance of her sentence.
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However, shortly after being released from jail, she was found in a auto having sex with Fualaau. She was paroled after six months but was again caught having sex with Fualaau, a violation of her parole conditions.
She gave birth to their second daughter in prison in 1998.
He said he had thought about leaving the relationship but Letourneau said she was still madly in love with her husband.
King County court records show Fualaau asked the court for a legal separation from Letourneau on May 9, 2017. The former teacher delivered their daughter Audrey in May 1997.
After she was released from prison in 2004 Fualaau, now 21, convinced a court to rescind the restraining order preventing them from being in contact, and they married the next year. "It was expected but sad anyway", Gehrke tells KOMO News.