My question involves guardianship in the State of: Virginia.
I'm currently a little under ten weeks pregnant. The father of my child, who I was with for a year before he got me pregnant, and I broke up in mid-February. I contacted him a week after we officially ended things, because I made it clear that I wanted to move on, and told him I believed I was pregnant. He told me that he wanted to help with the baby and that we didn't have to do be together. Well, he then told me that he's been having sexual intercourse with a minor. He already has two misdemeanor charges for breaking into a store. With his charges he has 2 years suspended jail time so if he gets in trouble for anything else he automatically has to serve two years.
Is the fact that he's sleeping with a minor, which I have proof of in multiple text messages, enough for me to make it so that he cannot have rights to my kid? I've talked to a few people about this before and some people asked if I was jealous of his new "relationship". That's not what it is at all. I just want my kid to have a good life. If he's comfortable sleeping with a child, who's to say he won't try to hurt his own? Should I contact the girl's parents and have them testify as well? I know that they do not know that he's sleeping with their minor daughter but I know for sure that they'd believe me and the text messages if I brought it to their attention. I just really want to make sure he can't do what he's doing to her to my child.
In addition, I have proof that he's an alcoholic, avid pot smoker, and habitual liar. I also have the ability to file assault charges against him for hitting me in January. Any help and suggestions that can be provided with this is truly appreciated.