There are daily trials and trials, and then there are the big ones, the trials of the century, the torrents coming out of the courtrooms, the stories that make people ask, "How?" In the 1990s One of these cases was that of Mary Kay Letourneau. According to USA Today, Letourneau was a 34-year-old teacher, married and four children, when she began to have a sexual relationship with her then-sixth-grade student, Vili Fualaau. The coverage of the case was endless. Letourneau has conducted a series of interviews over the years, but where is Mary Kay Letourneau in 2018?
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After their marriage, Letourneau and her young husband came out of the limelight to educate their daughter Random Interview by Barbara Walters here and there. After USA Today in 2015, the couple did an interview with Walters on their 10th anniversary, and when Letourneau was asked if she would take Fualau's childhood from him, she replied, "The only benefit, though It's an advantage that I was away [in prison] that he had years without being me and not in a relationship, "she said. "I think even though we started out as a young teenager, I was away for a while, so he had plenty of time to do his thing."
Fualaau said he was depressed and into alcoholism because he was unable to have two daughters at such a young age (Fualau's mother finally took care of her), as reported by USA Today Interestingly, when Walters Letourneau and Fulaau asked how they would feel when one of their daughters came into contact with a teacher, Fulaau was vehemently against it. "I do not support younger children being married or having a relationship with someone older," Fualaau said. "I do not support it." He explained that he was even against his daughters dating high school and said, "A relationship could lead to something that you thought you wanted it at the time, maybe you do not want, maybe, years later. "
Their marriage should not be either – in 2017, after People Fualaau requested the separation, but the two were reportedly still living together.
Letourneau has continued to hold back over the years, and in 2018 she does the same. Fox News reported that she now works as a paralegal. Her story is recorded in an A & E Special titled Mary Kay Letourneau: Autobiography on May 29. Executive Producer Brad Abramson gave Fox News a little update about her and said:
"She's in her house, close to where her original family was, and she still has contact with her four older children from her first marriage. And now they are part of their lives … it's pretty unimaginable … that 20 years later she and her children and Villi and their older children all live together as one extended family, it's quite remarkable what she did. " Letourneau seems to be trying to lead her life as quietly as possible. She is not on social media (or at least not in public), and she is not even on the social media of her eldest daughter. (Fualaau is.) And maybe that's how she likes it – Letourneau spent many years feeding for public discussion, so 2018 seems like a quiet life, whatever she wants.