What if a 13 year old girl ran away and lived on her own, then can she be a prostitute?

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Quinton: Again you have to work
Sun, 03/20/2016 - 11:54

Again you have to work through the details on this. How did she run away? It's going to cost money to run away. Let's say she stole $5,000 from her parents and used that to live on her own for a few months and then decided to become a prostitute. She's still not showing self-ownership here. The money she stole was a crime and any actions of "self-ownership" she did with the $5,000 were not really self-ownership and are void. What if she didn't steal money? What if she left with a 25 year old man who paid her way? You would have to look more into the details of it. Why did she run away? Is she showing self-ownership in her actions? What do the parents have to say? Courts would be really good about finding the best possible solution for these rare and tricky cases.

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