Okay this is the story. My sister-in-law (she is 17) told me the other day that her dad did stuff to her when she was around 4 or 5. She didn't get into great detail at the time, since we didn't have much privacy. She said that she told her mom when she was 13 and that they all sat down together and that her dad said that it was a bad time back then, his brother had died in a car accident and that he was on "drugs". (The latter part I don't believe). And that was that. Her mom stayed w/ her dad. She's still afraid to be alone w/ him. I don't know as of yet how long this went on for, but their dad has always had a weird relationship w/ her younger brother. Since he was very young the dad has made the boy lay down w/ him and watch movies in their underwear. He's 15 now and still has to do that. I've witnessed him physically push the boy up the stairs to go "watch movies". So I wonder if stuff has been going on w/ him. So the question is..what the heck do I do? I have 2 girls that now can NEVER stay at their grandparents house. And I don't know how to help my sister-in-law. My friend says I should turn him in, but I know that will not turn out well for her. Please Help!! Any advice would be great!!
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