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The Mary Kay Letourneau Story: All-American Girl is a 2000 television movie based on the real-life story of high school teacher Mary Kay Letourneau, played by Penelope Ann Miller.


The story follows the saga of a 35-year old teacher who falls in love with a 13-year old student she comes to believe is her soul mate. The 13-year old student is a troubled artist Villi (Omar Anguiano). The teacher is a married woman with several children, and when the relationship becomes serious with Villi, they begin to have inappropriate intercourse over a period of a few months. This affair results in Mary Kay's pregnancy. Mary Kay is sent to prison for the rape of a minor, but is eventually released after pleading her case. A few months after that, she and Villi are found in the back of a car seat together with a passport, a large sum of money and baby clothes, presumably for the baby girl Villi had fathered with Mary Kay. Mary Kay was given a prison sentence, and was released on August 24,2004. In October of '97, she bore Villi's second child in prison. Based on a true, real life account of Mary Kay Letourneau.


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