My boyfriend lives with me and my kids hes a sex offender and has been off parole for over 3 years, i am now getting investigated by social services, for what reason i dont know all they said is they got a repot which came from his school or afterschool program since the incident happened at the after school program located off school property i dont know how the school got involved. My son displayed a sex act unlike his character. Since my boyfriends offense was against a girl 14 of age can i still have my son live with me.
You live with a sex offender. It is a reason that sex offenders register. Your son displayed a sex act something that you say is unlike his character.
This is common sense. Please protect your family and your son. Read about the phycology of sex offenders. This is very serious.
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