Contact social services they will put you in contact with groups for teens like yourself and help/housing as needed. You cannot legally live with your rapist BF!
Statutory Rape - O.C.G.A. 16-6-3
Designed to protect children from sexual deviance, the statutory rape law makes it a crime to engage in sexual intercourse with any person under the age of 16 who is not a spouse. In order to get a conviction the state must show only that the defendant had sex with a person under 16; it is unnecessary to prove either force or lack of consent. This is based on the presumption that a person under 16 is legally incapable of consenting to intercourse. Additionally, one may be convicted of statutory rape even if he or she reasonably believed that the victim was over 16. Finally, a conviction for statutory rape may not rest on the unsupported testimony of the victim. There must be some kind of corroborative evidence that verifies the victim’s allegations.
Punishment: Typically, statutory rape is considered a felony carrying a 1 to 20 year jail sentence. But, if the victim is 14 or 15 at the time of the act, and the defendant is no more than 3 years older, it is a misdemeanor.
This thread is about a parent's ability to make a minor move out and eligibility for emancipation, so let's stick to the subject.
Ok. Your parents cannot legally toss you out of your home and you do not meet the requirements for emancipation!!
As has been stated, parents have a duty to support their minor children. If they abandon their minor children or kick them out of the house, child protective services will help the children and it is possible for the parents to face criminal prosecution.
As for emancipation, Georgia law requires specific judicial findings after an emancipation petition is filed with the court.
As has been stated, the facts as presented will not support an emancipation petition. Emancipation can result from lawful marriage and, as has been stated, at age fifteen that will require court approval. At age sixteen that will require parental approval.Quoting OCGA 15-11-204