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Can a 15-year-old move in with her boyfriend and his parents without getting in trouble by the cops?

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2005-10-10 15:44:02
2005-10-10 15:44:02

It depends. If the girl and the boy have separate rooms and nothing physical is going on between them, then the only issue would be whether the girl was a runaway. If not, i.e., if the girl's parents knew about the arrangement and agreed with it, I see nothing illegal. On the other hand, if the girl's parents do not know about the arrangement, or know about it but do not consent to it, then there could be legal problems. If the girl and the boy are sleeping together, then everyone is in BIG trouble, including the parents of the boy who are knowingly allowing this to go on. Sex with a 15-year-old girl is a felony in most states.

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