Vili Fualaau is pushing forward with his separation from wife Mary Kay Letourneau, but she is still holding out hope for reconciliation.
On November 17, Letourneau finally responded to her husband’s attempt to legally separate. Letourneau says in the docs that she “believes in reconciliation, is reconciling and reconciliation is possible.”
As The Blast previously reported, despite Letourneau’s response, Fualaau’s lawyer tells us, “My client is moving forward with the separation.”
According to the initial filing by Fualaau, the couple did not have a pre-nup and he is asking the court to not award spousal support to Letourneau.
The famous couple met when then 34-year-old Mary was 13-year-old Vili’s sixth-grade teacher. She served seven years in prison for having relations with him and was released in 2005.
Prior to entering prison, she gave birth to their first child. They eventually got married and had one other child.