He is very careful. He won't come out and say anything. His words are implied. For example, I saw a test from him to my daughter that said "If you r a player, then you are welcome here". He has given her money and now is trying to make her feel like she "owes" him. He also keeps asking her to go to his house or call him so they can talk.
Is there nothing that protects a minor from predators at all? He is clearly a predator. She and her friends went to pick up money from his house and he was naked in a bed and sitting up with only a sheet draped across his genitals. The friends even got creeped out and they all left.
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