Interesting question, as you are both females. I don't think you can have sexual intercourse, so there is no "rape."
However, she admitted to the intimacy. It matters what "intimacy" she described. Your consent does not matter, as you are too young to be capable of consent.
The charge of statutory rape may be dropped if there is not enough to prove it, but she may face charges of other crimes such as oral copulation (Penal Code 288a), lewd and lascivious acts with a child (Penal Code 288) or simply contributing to the delinquency of a minor (Penal Code section 272), depending upon what happened.Ask a similar question
This is a complicated question. Your fiancé needs to consult with a locally experienced defense attorney. Best of luck to you both.
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Don't reveal facts on an open forum. They can be used against her.
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