My friends almost 18-year-old daughter is about to move with a 28-year-old she doesn't know: Advice?

Hi seeking advice…a friend’s daughter just told her that since she turns 18 in two days, she has a 28-year-old guy that she met online coming to pick her up to move in with him three states away on her birthday. The mom already contacted the police, and they said as long as there was no physical contact before she was 18, they can’t do anything. The mom is desperate to protect her daughter what can she do?

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Google the guy find out what u can b4

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She needs to educate her daughter on sex trafficking because that’s one of the methods they use these days…

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Unfortunately, can’t do nothing once she’s 18 years old. I feel your pain, but why would this girl go this route to begin with?

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I’m so sorry for you

I honestly probably would kick my daughter’s ass so she didn’t see 18! A man from online?! No way! Even at 18…there would seriously be a struggle because I wouldn’t allow her to leave!

Get a background check on the guy. I think you can get one on line that is reasonably priced. Also get the girl’s dad to go over there and have a good talk with him.

The Police Dept gave you the correct information. This is what I would do. Invite his guy over the house,as much as it’s scary do it. Then before he leaves pull him aside and tell him without threatening him that if one hair on her head is hurt,you will find him. No Threats,but he will get the picture. Unfortunately the young lady has no idea what she is getting into. Is her Dad around ? If so , he can definitely say what he wants and this POS will get the message or toss his rear out. The girl is going to run to him no matter what

I would get down on my knees and pray. I would call Jesus name. There is power in the blood. I declare and decree that no weapon formed against this girl and her mother shall proper!! I claim this child to the kingdom and I ask the Lord to put a coated barrier around her. I plead the blood of Jesus around her and denounce any demonic force coming against this family that would hurt or exploit them. I rebuke the spirit of pedophilia and abandonment. I rebuke any weapon that would keep this child from her own healing journey. Behavior like this is a symptom from trauma based mind control from the enemy. There were seeds planted in this girl long ago before she acted out. I demand you mountain get up and plant yourself in the sea.

Do all the research u can on sex trafficking and go over it with the mother. Offer to be there for support. Perhaps a sex trafficking therapist can quickly be found and asked for advice. U need more advice than what can be provided on here. Good luck.

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Investigate the guy as much as possible and pray?

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Tell that girl about sex trafficking and organ harvesting.

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Id sure have brothers,uncles, friends or whoever there to greet him. Send the perve packing

Get ready to become a grandparent

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Lol are we stupid?
If she’s not 18 take all sources away. Computer, phone, car. Whatever it takes. Scare the hell out of her, have an officer come talk to her. God people are stupid lol

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Well if it was me. I’d lock my daughter in the house. If that didnt work for her let him show up and wreck the bastard and his car :ok_hand::ok_hand: I’d rather a conviction than my daughter be in a fucked up situation like that

Google the guy. Whatever state he is living, contact the state patrol and contact the police department in the town he is living in and get all the dirt on this guy. If they can’t tell you, they can at least direct you to the proper channels in finding out more about this guy.

Many towns have fb “for sale” sites. Go on there and post this on those sites asking if anyone knows anything about him along with his picture. That should generate a lot of talk and help you and your daughter out.

Put a tracking device on her phone without her knowledge so you can keep tabs on her if she ends up going anyway.

Best of luck.

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Just ground the girl until you are sure that the threat is no more. No electronics, no leaving home, simple!

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I’d advise your friend
To Be a mature adult and invite the guy around to meet the family.
Be polite, share their concerns and then simply support their daughter in the decision she is making otherwise they risk driving her away and she won’t go to them for support or help if needed.

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Love her daughter harder. Obviously there is a deep rooted dad issue here. Also, the snowball has already gained momentum, and it sound like the daughter just wants to get away from what might be a toxic mother.