Q: Can an adult male employee be charged for giving 10 yr old his facebook contact information
My 10 yr old was with my mom at a auto parts store. An adult male employee gave her a small piece of paper with his facebook and whispered add me and throw this away. We have filled a police report and contacted the store and corporate. The district manager thinks it is a misunderstanding. How do you misunderstand that in anyway? She is 10 and he's an adult. He has a fake page set up and a real page. He has pornographic on the page he wants my daughter to friend (she doesn't have facebook). He was in the military briefly. We found out that he was fired for a correctional job for sexual misconduct as well. His fake facebook has people from across sees where child trafficking is a problem.
Is this illegal? If his job doesn't fire him - can we press charges on them? I feel like this is a ruse to do something to our 10 year old child. Her dad lost it when I told him and was going to beat this guy to pieces because he was still at work after I filed complaint with his bosses.
A: If this is important enough to you, which it should be, you will go see a local attorney about it to get the specifically tailored legal advice that you might need. When you do that, the attorney will be able to have a full discussion with you and will look for any possible causes of action that might be available. I do not see any in what you have written here, but I do not practice in your state, and think you at least need to get to a local attorney.
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