Call social services and report the abuse--even if you can get out, your siblings are still there. You can also ask them the requirements for emancipation in your state.
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I would report this to child protective services before you start taking any self-help measures
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Because you would need assistance in living arrangements you are not a strong candidate for emancipation. I would contact local law enforcement to report any abuse.
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