Every state's laws are different, and you didn't tell us yours.
Regardless of which specific state, yes, you can assume that the parents of a minor have the absolute ability to "get you in trouble".
Minors in Ohio generally cannot provide consent to most medical procedures and must seek the consent of a parent or legal guardian instead.
But the state allows so-called "mature minors," those 15 and older who are able to show a doctor that they have enough understanding to make such decisions on their own.
She had told him we've been seeing each other the other day and said if he sees or finds out we are still seeing each other he will call the police.As it is, as long as his mother consents, you're off and running with any little thing your hearts desire.That would not be true in all states, since his mother cannot give you consent to break the law.I just don't get how i could still get in trouble if his mother gave us permission.Well, now that we know you're in Ohio, we can look up what the age of consent is and see what laws you might be breaking, depending on just what you're doing with the 16 year old.
Can I get in trouble even though he's not his father? Please i need to know because my boyfriend had to break up with me because of this and i love him so much.