Sorry delay in replying.
She will be 16 in July.
Yes, she had an incident when she was 14 years old, where social services became involved. She had under-age sex and when it came to light, claimed to have been raped through fear of having to tell her parents the truth.
Her parents felt that our son was 'the best thing that had ever happened to her', until a further incident occurred a few months ago. He has always had her best interests at heart and genuinely taken very good care of her, as her home life does not appear to a very happy one. She doesn't get along with her mothers' boyfriend and feels she is the 'odd one out at home'. Her mother was seriously intoxicated one night, allowing her to also drink, and then let her out to walk the streets of the town alone at 1am. My son took the decision to phone the police to have her found and taken home safely. Her family then turned on him and have tried to break the relationship since. Last night we learnt that social services have contacted her mother and said they cannot pursue a restraining order on lack of evidence and the fact the she will be 16 in just a few months, but social services (based on her mother claiming our son is controlling her), have told her to break the relationship with our son or they will break it by instructing her mother to call the police to have her taken home if she comes to see him, by reporting her missing. Can this actually be done? She is taken very good care of while she is with us, our son buys her what she needs, cooks dinner and they watch films, walk to the shops and play games on their pc's or iPad...she is in NO danger whatsoever. She does intend to text her mother every time she comes here to inform her of her whereabouts and to give a time she will be home (a reasonable time).
No she knowa exactly what she wants but is being told by her parents it isn't up to her.