I certainly commend you for doing the right thing here. You appear to be an intelligent, caring, young individual. I agree with my colleague, and suggest you speak to your parents about what is the right decision. But I would also suggest discussing this matter more in-depth.
I believe you have two options: ignore it or confront it.
If you are in fear of danger, you should confront it. Depending on how long this has been going on, it may be possible that he has "solicited sex from a...
It might not be too late to speak with an attorney. Make sure you are honest and forthcoming with that attorney too, as accuracy in this type of case will be crucial for both you and any consulting attorney.
That sounds pretty outrageous, considering your tender age. You should discuss the potential merits of your case with an attorney specializing in employment law to obtain counsel on the best course of action.
I would be happy to make a recommendation if you wish to obtain counsel. Because you're under 18, your parents may have to bring the suit on your behalf -- so discuss this with them.
This is a fairly complex question. There are some questions that may help other contributors: you "run" the business, do you manage or own it? What is this gentlemen's connection with the gaming community you run? Does he want advertising, etc?
You can always speak with an attorney about having him/her research the question for you.
You may wish to begin consulting with an attorney about the specifics of the case. It is not too early to begin building a relationship with an attorney that will represent you if a claim begins. At the same time, if you are attempting to fix the problems and are asked to leave, I believe that would limit your liability as a party has a duty to mitigate their damages, which may include allowing repairs or fixing of their complaints.
A lot of this situation may "depend"
Assuming there is a proper Order pertaining to child support -- you are able to collect all arrearage payments. Once the payment comes due it is a debt to you.
In order for him to not be obligated to make child support payments there must a modification of the current order to pay child support.
I would recommend seeing a local family law attorney, and hopefully sort out your issues.