Back in 1997, an entire country screamed, “RUN, VILI, RUUUUUUUN,” after the news came out that Vili Fualaau’s married sixth-grade teacher (she was also his second-grade teacher) Mary Kay Letourneau was arrested for statutory raping him. Vili was just 12 years old at the time and Mary Kay was 34. Well, Vili finally heard our cries 20 years later. Maybe.
The Stepford Wife-looking pedo served only 6 months in county jail after pleading guilty to two second-degree counts of child rape. She was also ordered to stay away from Vili. She gave birth to their first child in May 1997, before checking into jail. Two weeks after she got out of jail in 1998, she shit on the court’s order to stay away from Vili and she got caught with him. She was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in state prison for violating probation. She gave birth to their second child in 1998 while serving her sentence. She got out of prison in 2004 and married a then 21-year-old Vili a year later. And now they’re separated.
People says that earlier this month, 33-year-old Vili filed from legal separation from 55-year-old Mary Kay in King County, Washington. Vili’s lawyer said that he’s just not happy anymore with the crazy-eyed predator. Since their kids are 20 and 18, they probably don’t have to work out child support.
“She could try to contest it, but that’s legally tough to do. Perhaps if they want to figure out about the children and child support, but their kids are getting pretty old now. When one person is unhappy in the relationship, the other person can’t be happy either. And there are two people in this relationship.”
But apparently, Vili himself told Radar a different story. Vili said that he and Mary Kay still love each other, and he only filed to legally break up with her, because he’s trying to get a license to sell “Cigaweed,” which is described as a “marijuana cigarette.” Vili can’t get a license if he’s still legally with Mary Kay:
“When you want to get licensed, they do background checks on both parties. If I decide to be a part of it I have to be licensed and I have to be vetted and so does a spouse. She has a past. She has a history.”
Okay, everything I know about the weed business I learned from watching 15 minutes of Marijuana Inc. on CNBC (and I don’t remember much since I was stoned while watching it), but wouldn’t whoever is doing the vetting use this brand new advanced investigative tool called the “internet” to look Vili up and see that he’s trying to snow their asses by filing for legal separation when he’s not really separated? You’re not supposed to spill the details of your schemes out loud, Vili!
There’s a chance that Vili finally dumped Mary Kay. If that’s the case, then I’m guessing the “Vili Fualaau” that Radar talked to was actually that lunatic wreck Mary Kay doing a Vili voice.