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He also described the former Seattle professor’s last moments before dying of cancer last July.
Fualaau was the 12-year-old student Letourneau – a teacher and married mother of two – sexually abused and fell in love and consequently shocked the world.
He is now the same age as Letoruneau when she started sleeping with him.
“I would probably go get help,” Fualaau said.
“I couldn’t look at a 13 year old and be drawn to that, because it’s just not in my brain. It’s nothing that attracts me. I mean, we all have our preferences, and that’s just not something I would go for.
Letourneau would ultimately be sentenced to seven years in prison for child rape.
She became pregnant with the boy’s children even before he was 15.
She has ignored numerous court orders aimed at separating the two.
When she was finally released from prison, her pre-pubescent lover was an adult who asked the court to allow them to see each other.
Letourneau and Fualaau married in 2005.
However, she remained a registered sex offender until the day of her death.
The couple resigned in 2017 when they requested separation.
But the couple stayed under the same roof and continued to be spotted around Seattle together and happily shared custody with their daughters, Georgia and Audrey.
When Letourneau died, Fualaau remained by his side.
The family said Letourneau died “peacefully” after a six-month battle with cancer.
On the Dr. Oz Show, an emotional Fualaau described his ex-wife’s final moments.