You would have to be more specific about what was allegedly said...not what was said, what was allegedly said. The short answer however is probably yes.
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Any 16 year old should avoid any contact whatsoever with 14 year olds. Especially if you have sex on your mind, which you clearly do, because every 16 year old does. Whatever you're thinking about is a very bad idea and likely very illegal. Shoot for girls older than you.
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You are unlikely to be charged for taking indecent liberties with a juvenile due to the close in age exception in NC.
In NC you are considered an adult at the age of 16. Any interaction with someone younger than that can cause you problems. "Talking inappropriately" is a very vague description. If this is concerning you enough to ask on this type of forum, you should discuss this with an attorney. This is not something to take lightly.
I am changing the practice area to criminal defense as you are an adult for criminal charges.
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