I think you are worrying without reason. You assume she will be drinking and assumptions are not the way to make judgments. I would just tell her that there is no drinking in your home, anything she does outside is not on you.
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You could be charged however they would have to prove that you allowed or provide the alcohol which would be difficult if you didn't. What you should know is that you shouldn't:)
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You're definitely being paranoid. As long as you don't personally give her any alcohol or allow her to drink alcohol in your home, you can't be liable for what she does outside. And even if you did provide her with alcohol or allow her to drink it in your home, the odds of the police becoming involved are pretty slim.
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