Mary Kay Letourneau the original hot teach who’s served as role model to current hot teach’s like Debra LaFave https://www.adultfyi.com/read.aspx?ID=4403 is due out of prison next month. Vegas betting is going out and heavy as to whether Mary Kay’s going to resume her once forbidden romance with Vili Fualaau, the village idiot, who had sex with her when he was in sixth grade. At least Fualaau who produced two forbidden spawn with May Kay seems to think so.
SEATTLE – Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who made love to Vili Fualaau in sixth grade is due out of prison next month – and for all the time she’s been away, the student, now 21, has dreamed of a future with her. “I’ve been imagining and thinking about what our life would be like together for a long time,” Fualaau told The Post in an exclusive interview.
“But I can’t say what will happen. No one can. I want to know what her true feelings are first. We’ll see what happens after that.”
Letourneau’s steamy forbidden tryst with Fualaau, which began in 1996 when he was 12, produced two daughters and shocked America.
Letourneau and Fualaau had sex in nearly every room of the Seattle home where Letourneau lived with her then-husband, Steve, and their four children.
“Her lips were so warm and sweet,” Fualaau said after news of their affair broke.
“She was so beautiful. I couldn’t believe this was happening. She was the mom of kids I used to play with. I was excited and scared all at the same time.”
Letourneau remains subject to a court order that bars her from any contact with Fualaau, now 21, who she described as a man beyond his years, wise, talented and strong.
After being busted, Letourneau pleaded guilty to second-degree child rape. She was sentenced to six months in jail and ordered not to see Fualaau.
But only weeks after she was released, cops nabbed her in a car with him.
She was locked up again – and a judge sentenced her to 89 months for violating her parole.
She’s due out Aug.Â¤4 after serving more than six years of the sentence.
Besides facing a lifetime ban on seeing Fualaau, Letourneau, 42, also must be supervised anytime she visits the daughters she shares with him – Audrey, 7, and Alexis, 5.
As prison guards watched during a behind-bars reunion last September at the Washington Corrections Center for Women, Letourneau hugged daughter Audrey tight and treated her to cotton candy.
Audrey wore playtime makeup for the occasion, but she bears a striking resemblance to her Samoan-American dad.
Fualaau’s mom, Soona, has raised the two girls. Although Fualaau doesn’t live with his mother, he sees the girls every day.
“They are beautiful and doing great. They’re great girls,” he said, during an interview at a pal’s home.
Fualaau won’t say what he’s doing now, but he still wants a career as an artist.
Letourneau considered him extremely gifted and even took him to art classes during the summer they became sexually involved. Fualaau says he’s considering becoming a graphic designer, and not long ago toured a Seattle-area art school.
“I looked around at what everyone was doing, and I thought, I can do that.”
When she’s released, Mary Kay will be registered as a sex offender and banned from unsupervised contact with any children.
The four children born to Mary Kay’s former husband have lived in Alaska during her imprisonment.
Steve Letourneau, a baggage handler, remarried, and the kids – Steven, now 19, Mary Claire, almost 17, Nick, 12 and Jackie, 10 – were brought up by his new wife, Kelly Whalen Letourneau.
Kelly and Steve have since divorced.