I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
A 16-year-old does not have a right to refuse to go to scheduled visitation, because you as the parent are expected to make her go. You're in contempt of court if you don't comply with the court order, and the court tends to presume parents have the ability to make their children obey them. What that means is, to protect your daughter, the legal course of action is to file a Motion to Modify Custody. Explain all the things that happened. Your daughter can go to court and testify, and the judge will consider what she has to say when making a decision. She's old enough that her wishes should carry a lot of weight.
When there's reason to believe a child is in danger, it's possible to file an Emergency Ex Parte motion, which means you (and your daughter) would go before the judge immediately to explain why the change in custody is best for her. Any local attorney can help you draft that, or you can type up your own explanation of what happened and file it on your own.
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