I was dating a guy I told him I wanted to want to hsve a sexual relationship with him to down the road he told me if I had sex with him he would marry me asap so we did and then he left me s week later I told the police and they did nother why won't they arrest me for coercion I feel like I was sexually assaulted now
This is not a crime. That's why the police wouldn't do anything.
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What you describe is not a crime. You can't force someone to keep their promises or to stay with you against their will.
Sorry, but it is legal for someone to refuse to marry you, no matter what promises have been made in the past. If he lied to you to get you to have sex, that is almost never a crime. The only way it is a crime is if you are under 16, or if there was ACTUAL coercion (such as sleep with me or I will burn your house down). If gifts were given in contemplation of marriage, it is sometimes possible to get an order to have the gifts returned, but even that is hard to accomplish. If the guy would lie to you and then leave you, you are probably better off without him.
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