My little sister's friend is being sexually abused by her mother's boyfriend. She's only told my sister, who told me because she didn't know what to do. The boyfriend is really nice and everyone loves him. He's even had a kid with the mother, and the friend doesn't want to leave her half-sister without a father, because the friend grew up without one and knows how it feels. She won't tell anyone and she doesn't want to get him in trouble. She says her mother is finally happy and she won't ruin that, but I'm really worried for her because she shouldn't have to go through with that. I'm scared for her and I want to do something, but I promised I wouldn't tell anyone and I don't know where she lives because she just moved outside of Toronto. I am afraid for her, and I don't care if everyone likes the boyfriend, it isn't right! He's a bad man for doing that, but how can I convince this little girl? She's only eleven and I don't know how long it's been going on, but the boyfriend has been there for at least three years. What should I do? What can I say to her? How can we make this stop????
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