My mother and her boyfriend doesn't want me in the house and to get me away they are lying saying that im being disobedient etc. I was in jail before when I was 15 now I am 16 and they are trying to have me locked up with their lies. My mom had beaten me in front of my school and had called me very bad names. She has a neglect change but I think it has been dropped. Now that she found out I still have my open charges she is trying to have me lock up. She is keeping me from going to school because she knows she can use that in court " she not going to school" I haven't been in school in a whole month because she keeps telling me they school didn't say you could come back yet but i really do think they called and told her . She just wants me to stay home and babysit my little brother while her boyfriend goes and sells weed and she goes to work
The most pressing issue here is your safety. Your safety is important. If you have a responsible adult in your life they can try to seek guardianship of you. You can cal CPS or the police if you are in immediate damage. Good Luck,
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