We used to be friends and something happened and we stopped talking. Ive been trying to communicate with her for a year she never responded to my message. Recently, I sent a gift to her with my friend so that she forgive me. She was going to accept it but bc her family don't want her close to me she didn't. Recently, she talked to the school counselor and apparently told him that I'm "harassing or stalking her". My friend said that she mentioned the gift situation but the counselor haven't speak to her (so maybe they have no report anything. But, I will like to know what could happen? There may be a warrant for me and I don't even know. I only tried to get her friendship back and shes putting the situation like because I'm lesbian Im trying to get her. What could happen? Thank you all
She's 16 I'm 21. So because she's a minor I'm little bit worry. I used to be friend with her family and since shes the only one in the state I tried to contact her several time.
Stay away from your friend. Do not call, write or communicate with her. Consult with a criminal defense lawyer right away.
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Leave her alone, no communication at all, move on. Those are the best options to keep you out of trouble.
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Sounds like you need to stop having any contact with this juvenile or you may find yourself under a police investigation for stalking.
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