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Ex-husband of child rapist Mary Kay Letourneau reportedly welcomes their third child

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The ex-husband of late child rapist Mary Kay Letourneau, who was a minor when Letourneau abused him and had two children with him, has reportedly welcomed his third child.

Letourneau died of cancer in 2020 at the age of 58, leaving behind her ex-husband Vili Fualaau, then 37, and their two daughters, Audrey and Georgia.

“Hey Sophia, I’m your big sister! You are so beautiful, I can’t wait to see you grow up,” Georgia reportedly wrote in a private Instagram post, along with a photo of Fualaau’s apparent third child named Sophia, according to People magazine. “I’ll be here by your side no matter what! I love you.”

Letourneau was a 34-year-old teacher and mother of four in Seattle when she began a relationship with Fualaau, who was 12 at the time. She was convicted in 1997 of raping Fualaau when she was 13 years old and she spent seven years in prison before being released.

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Mary Kay Letourneau was a married mother of four and an elementary school teacher when her relationship with Fualaau began.
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They had two children when Fualaau was a minor and married in 2005, when Fualaau was 22, according to FOX13 Seattle.

They filed for legal separation in 2017. Letourneau died of stage 4 cancer in July 2020, FOX13 reported.

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The case came to light in June 1996, when the two were discovered by police around 1:20 am in a minivan. Letourneau told officers the boy was 18 years old, raising suspicions among officers. Fualaau and Letourneau denied that there had been any “touching”.

Instead, they said, Letourneau had been caring for the boy and removed him from their home after she and her husband had a fight.

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About two months after the incident, Letourneau became pregnant with the couple’s first child.

Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Fualaau when he was her 12-year-old student.

Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Fualaau when he was her 12-year-old student.
(Ron Wurzer)

The two had previously characterized their relationship as one of love and even wrote a book together: “Un Seul Crime, L’Amour” or “Only One Crime, Love”. Her story was also the subject of a USA Network movie called “All American Girl.”

Edmund DeMarch of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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