Mary Kay Letourneau, a former Seattle elementary college instructor who famously served time in jail after admitting to having a love affair together with her 12-year-old scholar, Vili Fualaau, died on July 7, 2020, as first reported by KING 5 reporter Susannah Body. Letourneau was 58.
Body tweeted on Tuesday night time that the previous elementary college instructor died of most cancers.
Body shared a photograph of Letourneau and her longtime good friend and lawyer Anne Bremner. She tweeted, “Anne remembers her good friend tonight as ‘one of the vital alive folks” she’d ever identified. She additionally mentioned Letourneau was a devoted mom of her two women and ‘did every part proper by them.’”
Picture of Mary Kay Letourneau and longtime good friend and lawyer Anne Bremner. Anne remembers her good friend tonight as “one of the vital alive folks” she’d ever identified. She additionally mentioned Letourneau was a devoted mom of her two women and “did every part proper by them.” pic.twitter.com/4awZsPPikR
— Susannah Body (@SFrameK5) July 8, 2020
A GoFundMe account was arrange for Letourneau and her household by a good friend.
Gabriel Jones, who began the fundraiser, wrote on the web page, “I’m setting this up for the aim of serving to their household throughout these instances. I do know they want the assistance or I wouldn’t be asking for others to pitch in. I additionally know that everybody has their very own points financially at the moment however in case you’re in a position to contribute something — it will likely be significantly appreciated. Thanks.”
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