“My Life is a Lifetime Movie” presented the twisted story of Lisa Lynette Clark. When she was in her 30s, Clark began a sexual relationship with her son’s best friend, Adrian Gonzalez. At the time he was just 14, but Clark’s son had told his mother Gonzalez was 17, which is considered legal in Georgia.
At first, Clark rejected Gonzalez's advances, but she soon developed feelings for him. She agreed to go on a date with him -- and they slept together that night. She said, "He put me on a pedestal like no one else had ever done."
As for Adrian, he said of the experience, “Yeah, I was 14. Whatever. I mean, God, I was a guy, you know. I wasn’t saying no."
Clark didn't find out Gonzalez' true age until after she'd found out she was pregnant. Taking advantage of a Georgia law that allowed minors to marry without parental consent if the bride was pregnant, the couple quickly wed.
But Gonzalez’s grandmother caught on to the illegal relationship, and the pair was arrested. Clark served time in prison and lost custody of the child she had while inside, but is now out. The couple remains married, with Gonzalez now in his early 20s.
As of 2010, the Gonzalez had been denied custody of their child, but did get increased visitation rights.
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