I've known my boyfriend and been dating him since he was 15, & I was 13. We've been sexually active since he was 15 & I was just 13. But my mom just now wants to press charges. Can she?
I can't speak to KY law but in FL the answer would be a resounding "yes".
In fact, that is a legal guardian's job (to look out for you and your best interests, whether you like or recognize the guardian's actions as such).
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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