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  • Linda Lusk

    Kevin and Linda Lusk were high school sweethearts: Kevin Lusk was a star football player, and Linda Lusk, whose maiden name is White, was a popular cheerleader. The couple are shown here in their 1979 prom photo.
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  • Linda Lusk

    After Kevin and Linda broke up, she married and had two sons, including Taylor, who suffered from the rare genetic disorder Trisomy 13. Doctors told Lusk that her son was "incompatible with life" and wouldn't live past a week, but he defied the odds under his mother's constant care.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Linda Lusk later divorced her first husband. Kevin Lusk, meanwhile, had also married and divorced. After 15 years apart, the couple found each other again and married. Kevin Lusk would become the popular principal of Prosser High School.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Kevin and Linda Lusk blended their families from their previous marriages and then had two more children, a daughter, Karlie, and a son Riley.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Linda Lusk was elected the mayor of Prosser, Wash. in 2003.
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  • Linda Lusk

    After winning by only 20 votes, Linda Lusk was the first female mayor Prosser ever had.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Linda Lusk served one term as her town's mayor and lost her bid for reelection in 2007.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Bubba Frank grew up loving football and went on to become a celebrated player on the Prosser High School football team.
    Heidi Frank
  • Linda Lusk

    Kevin and Linda Lusk's daughter Karlie briefly dated Bubba Frank while she was in middle school and he attended the high school where Kevin Lusk was principal.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Bubba Frank claimed that the texting between he and Linda Lusk turned to "sexting" when he was 14 years old. In April 2010, he claimed that a visit to her house during lunch turned inappropriate and crossed the line.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Linda Lusk's son Taylor lost his fight with Trisomy 13 in 2009. He was 15 years old. Lusk was devastated and says she struggled with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. She believes her relationship with Bubba became inappropriate because of her depression and wishes she had sought help.
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  • Linda Lusk

    Bubba Frank and Linda Lusk have conflicting accounts of what happened when the high school football player visited the Lusk home. Bubba's mother Heidi Frank, pictured above in a 2012 interview with ABC News' "20/20," believes her son was the victim of an inappropriate relationship with a middle-aged woman who should have known better.
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  • Linda Lusk

    The scandal, including Bubba Frank's shocking allegation, would eventually leave Linda Lusk facing jail time. Under a work release program, she spent her nights in prison and her days working at her store for some three months. Kevin Lusk stands by his wife because he believes her actions were out of character and were triggered by the loss of her son.
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  • Small Town Sex Scandal Embroils Ex-Mayor

    Linda and Kevin Lusk divorced last year and Linda is now dating Adam, shown here in this undated handout photo. She met Adam as a result of her appearance on ABC News' "20/20". Linda has moved out of Prosser, Wash., and she and Adam are hoping to start a new life together, putting the mistakes of her past behind them.
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