This photo, provided by "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," shows Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau posing April 9, 2005, at their home in the Puget Sound area of Seattle, during an exclusive interview.
This photo, provided by "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," shows Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau posing April 9, 2005, near their home in the Puget Sound area of Seattle, during an exclusive interview.
Letourneau, who had pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree child rape in August for having sex with Vili Fualaau, then a sixth-grade boy, becomes emotional at her sentencing hearing Nov. 14, 1997, in Kent, Wash.
Letourneau has her handcuffs removed at the start of the hearing Feb. 6, 1998.
Mary Kay Letourneau listens to testimony during her court hearing Feb. 6, 1998. Letourneau, then 35, a former grade school teacher who had sex with Vili Fualaau, who was a 13-year-old boy at the time, and gave birth to his child, was re-sentenced to nearly 7 1/2 years in prison for violating parole by meeting with the boy.
Letourneau puts her head in her hands during her re-sentencing Feb. 6, 1998.
Letourneau is shown in this undated photo taken in conjunction with her required registration at the King County (Wash.) Courthouse as a level-two sex offender following her Aug. 4, 2004, release from prison. Letourneau completed a 7 1/2-year term for child rape in connection with a relationship she had with her former sixth-grade pupil Vili Fualaau, with whom she had two children
Vili Fualaau, center, arrives at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from London Oct. 25, 1998, after a European tour promoting a new book about the relationship between himself and his former elementary schoolteacher Mary Kay Letourneau.
Vili Fualaau watches as his lawyer speaks during opening arguments in a $1 million lawsuit March 21, 2002, in Kent, Wash. The lawyer for the boy, who fathered two daughters with his sixth-grade teacher, Mary Kay Letourneau, told jurors that the Highline School District and Des Moines police could have stopped the relationship from escalating. In the suit, Fualaau's mother, Soona Vili, accused the school district and the police of failing to protect the boy from sexual exploitation.
Soona Vili, right, receives an encouraging pat from an attorney as she sits with her son, Vili Fualaau, following opening arguments in the $1 million lawsuit March 21, 2002, in Kent, Wash.
Vili Fualaau testifies April 3, 2002, in his and his mother's civil lawsuit against the City of Des Moines and the Highline School District at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Wash.
Vili Fualaau, 18, smiles with his mother, Soona Vili, and his attorney, Greg Hollon, right, during a break from his testimony April 3, 2002, in his and his mother's lawsuit against the City of Des Moines and the Highline School District at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Wash.
Soona Vili, left, mother of Vili Fualaau, listens with her attorneys, Cyrus Vance Jr., center, and Greg Holland, right, as the verdicts were read as they lost their civil suit against defendants Highline School District and City of Des Moines at the King County Regional Justice Center in Kent, Wash., May 20, 2002. The sexual relationship between Letourneau and one of her students, Vili Fualaau, could not have been prevented by the school district or local police, a civil jury ruled.