Can I have charges pressed against me for texting a girl that turns 18 in a couple of days?
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Mr. Rafter and Mr. Cassara have hit the nail on the head. This is a SCAM!
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Google Underage girl scam. No girl, no dad.
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LOL. Oldest scam out there. There was no girl. The pictures were copy/pasted off some porn site. There is no dad---just a couple stubby bearded Eastern Europeans laughing their asses off they have roped in another American...... block them, get off adult sites (most/many are populated by scammers, prostitutes, or police conducting stings anyway) and pay nothing to anyone. Scammers don't call the cops.
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