Domestic Violence Shocker! Cops Called On Mary Kay’s Estranged Husband Vili
Before their recent headline-grabbing separation, Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau’s torrid relationship has long been filled with ups and downs that made international news. Now, RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusively that Letourneau’s bad boy husband was caught in a domestic violence dispute that involved Fualaau allegedly hitting his female relative!
According to a 2013 police report obtained by Radar, cops were called to Fualaau’s Tukwila, Washington home where he got into a dispute with his cousin.
“He was in a verbal argument with his cousin Melissa J. Samifua,” stated the report from the Tukwila Police Department.
In an effort to break up the heated disagreement “his other cousin Jerusha A. Moega came over and gave him a bear hug and took him into the other room,” the report continues.
The bizarre incident became even more mysterious when, according to police, the family was “uncooperative and it was very difficult to get the correct story.”
Even though part of the official report states there were no signs of a physical assault, the incident history report suggests otherwise.
When the call came in from the home of Fualaau’s mother Soona Vili, the report states it was her 30-year-old son “vs (versus) family.”
“Son hit niece,” according to the abbreviated report.
There were no weapons and medical aid was declined. One person was detained, but the case was closed, as stated in the report.
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Letourneau and Fualaau's forbidden affair started when she served more than seven years in prison for having sex with Fualaau, who was then her sixth grade student.
As their private life became public, Fualaau not only cheated on his wife, but he was also arrested for a DUI and admitted he struggled with depression and alcohol abuse.
After 12 years of marriage and two daughters together, Fualaau, now 33, filed May 9 for legal separation from 55-year-old Letourneau.
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