Friend Of Mary Kay Letourneau’s Tells All About Her Relationship With 12-Year-Old Student

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Mary Kay Letourneau’s Friend Claims She ‘Created’ Her Idea Of The Perfect Partner In Student, 12 -Daily News

Letourneau spent six years in prison for raping Vili Fualaau, then 12, in 1996, after the two reportedly fell in love when they met at a summer school class. She would later give birth to two of his children, Audrey and Georgia, and the pair married.

Letourneau pleaded guilty to raping Fualaau, and was sentenced to prison while pregnant with her second daughter, Georgia.

Mary Kay Letourneau’s former best friend, Michelle Lobdell, says Letourneau ‘created Vili’ and molded him into her perfect partner. She claimed and that Letourneau was incredibly manipulative. The felon married her young lover after her release from prison, to the shock of Lobdell.

Mary Kay Letourneau was convicted of raping the father of her two children when he was just 12 years old. She gave birth to Georgia during her six years in prison and was sent to prison after violating her original sentencing deal of not contacting her lover.

Fualaau and Letourneau divorced in 2019, and Letourneau died of colon cancer in 2020. Lobdell cried for an hour with her husband after learning of her former friend’s.

To learn more about this disturbing story, please consider the news outlets listed below.

  1. Mary Kay Letourneau’s Friend Claims She ‘Created’ Her Idea Of The Perfect Partner In Student, 12  Daily News 

  2. ‘Love had nothing to do with it’: Mary Kay Letourneau’s best friend claims she ‘created’ her idea of the perfect partner in 12-year-old student and says convicted rapist was ‘disconnected from reality’  Flipboard

  3. Childhood Friend Says Sex Offender Mary Kay Letourneau ‘Ended Up Imitating Her Father’  Investigation Discovery

  4. ‘Love had nothing to do with it’: Mary Kay Letourneau’s best friend claims she ‘created’ her idea of the perfect partner in 12-year-old student and says convicted rapist was ‘disconnected from reality’   Daily Mail

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