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“I was in love with him, infatuatedly in love with him.” “The cops came over and were saying he was abusing me and was sexually assaulting me,” Brittany said. “It was the same cop who dealt with my previous (childhood) sexual assault. “I looked at her and I was like, ‘You know, you didn’t want to do anything about the times I actually did get assaulted, so back off.’” But Brittany and Jeremie knew that was unlikely. He is now 24, works 10-hour evening shifts as a machinist, and lives in a house only a few doors away from Brittany, allowing him to be close to her and his son. Jeremie said he didn’t want to get married, either. But he knew what would happen if the police found him. In Iowa, it’s legal to marry at 16, but not 15. Brittany’s mom got on the internet to find the closest and easiest state for 15-year-olds to wed. She would ultimately sign Brittany’s marriage license, but her father was also willing.
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