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In the end, Andreassi said, it all got to be too much for her. “When I went through the college application process, it got to the point where the stress was unhealthy for me. — a unique private school that emphasizes one-on-one instruction, with each class tailored to the student’s needs or interests.I was getting two to four hours of sleep a night.” This fall, the teen decided to try a radically different approach for her senior year. After one month, Andreassi said she especially loves working with her economics teacher, who designed a year-long project for her in which she will create a business plan for a gym.
Letourneau was first convicted of second-degree child rape in 1997 after giving birth to Fualaau's first child.
He dropped out of high school, and his mother was granted custody of the two children he had with Letourneau.
"It was a huge change in my life for sure, I don't feel like I had the right support or the right help behind me..." he told Walters.
When Walter's asked Letourneau if she stole Fualaau's childhood, she hedged the question and pointed to their time apart while she was in prison.
"The only benefit if there is any benefit that I was away, is that he had years to be without me and not in a relationship," she said.
Mary Kay Letourneau was a 34-year-old married mother of four when she began having sex with a 12-year-old former student who she later married. Letourneau married Vili Fualaau, now 33, in 2005 after she was released from a more than seven-year prison sentence for having sex with a minor.
The story shocked the nation, as images of the doe-eyed blonde beauty took over television screens and magazines. After a little over 10 years of marriage, Fualaau has filed for separation, according to documents filed in King County Superior Court.
"I said can you hold that for a long, long time," she said.
Letourneau told Walters that after her relationship with Fualaau advanced from emotional to physical she wondered: How did it get to this?
"I think that even though we did start when he was a young teenager, I was gone for a while, so he had plenty of time to do his thing." She told Walters that Fualaau wasn't physically faithful while she was in prison.
Fualaau said having children was a "huge change in his life," and he didn't feel like he had support from his family or friends.
Already accepted to South Carolina’s Furman University with plans to study neuroscience, Andreassi said the unconventional academy “is giving me a chance to focus inward rather than on those outward distractions” of a traditional school.