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I have recently started dating someone who was accused and found guilty of child molestation when he was 16.
He was put on the sex offender registry when he was 17 and is now age 29.
When I confronted him about the record I found online, he owned up to it immediately; however, he says he did not commit the molestation.
When he was 16, he was high on ecstasy and trying to complete a paper for high school when his nephew was bugging him.
He made him sit in a chair and tied his hands but he says he did not molest or sexually abuse him.
His nephew's uncle, who was the chief of police, is the one who he says accused him of the molestation.
Sometimes it seems fishy but in other ways he is doing what he can to own up to his issues from the past and better himself and find the right help.
Sometimes I feel that I can believe what he tells me.
He owns up to the abuse, and also says that the drugs was not an excuse for what he did.
I am really concerned and conflicted here on whether I should further invest myself in this person's life or if there are serious red flags that I am being naiive around.
I really need to talk to someone about this and find some proper direction.
Understandably, it may be worrisome or confusing when you realize that someone you love is on the sex offenders list, and I’m so glad that you’ve reached out.
Recognize Warning Signs It may be helpful for you to become aware of these Signs An Adult Is At-Risk To Harm A Child, and see if you notice any of these in your boyfriend.
I’m also curious if there anything else that has caused you to be concerned about him or his honesty in your relationship so far.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating