You asked this once before. Get yourself a criminal attorney because the answer is no, you can't. It is not about her parents knowing she is with you, it's whether you have their permission, and even that isn't something I would rely on. Why not just call a local attorney and see what he/she says. Personally, I think you're setting yourself up for trouble.
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I agree with Mr. Thomson and you and your friend should report any abuse or neglect to social services.
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