Your beautiful character finds herself in the hands of wealthy influential individuals who look to take advantage of the fact that the laws don't really apply to them as stringently. In this case, your character's father has debts that he hoped would be forgotten. This could be the night before they're planning on leaving. Maybe your character knows about her father's habits, maybe she has a suspicion as to why they are moving, but what can she do? Fighting him on it is only going to make it worse. You can't really go to the police when you're dealing with people like this. Her father's debt is payable in 24 hours, and he's unable to make the payment.
His goal was to move, to get out of town as quick as possible and spend a short time elsewhere where he could gather the money he needed and then move back if necessary.
It's a night that goes horribly wrong however.
Your character's father has a history, and even though the bags are packed, the suitcases are ready, your character receives a visit, a knock on the door sees the arrival of one of the men associated with her father's debt. He walks in, insisting on an invitation for himself and his friends. What is her father going to say? No? Run? Hah... fat chance. One of the arrivals is a woman of raven dark hair, a family relation to the Queenpin who Carl is in debt to. They take their time looking around, at first, the woman seems to be above this entire thing. It's just beneath her to be making pickups like this. Even still... her sister can't be doing it herself, right?
"Nice place you've got Carl..." only to stop and chuckle as she eyes his daughter up and down... "Very nice..."
But then her eyes turn to some empty counters, and the packed bags.
"Planning a trip, Carl?"
It's a question that doesn't need an answer, and there's no right way to answer it. Suddenly, the woman tells her friends to make themselves at home.
Carl, your character's father stutters, his breath caught in a hitch... "No-... not... I mean... yeah... just... family emergency at..."
A man behind the woman nods seeming to take over the questioning from here as if listening to Carl's excuses is beneath her. He hardly cares what Carl is saying. What's worse than lying? Getting caught lying. Carl has no choice but to assure him he means to pay his debts, he is not fleeing them or anything like that. He knows how this looks. It's a very dangerous time, men like Carl are the type of guys who go missing, and your character knows it!
Still... the new guests insist on visiting for the night, making sure Carl and his daughter are safe. Of course, their presence also means Carl and his daughter are not going to make that flight!
Carl has 24 hours to pay the debt, but everyone here knows he doesn't have the money. They're just going through the motions.
Carl is under watch, the house is now occupied by a handful of these 'mob guys'... and as an added treat, there's this beautiful young daughter of Carl's who just makes for a marvelous hostess?
What type of fun could they have with her?
"Would you believe your father needs a little more time to pay my sister? Debt is a funny thing, and in this business, collateral is everything.
The house... not good collateral I suspect. He's so willing to walk away from it.
His car? Laughable, no?
Makes you wonder yes... what a man like that could give as collateral? Something he can't walk away from. Something he cares enough about getting back that he's... properly motivated to get the money he needs.
How would you like to be my guest for a few days? I know that 'sounded' like an invitation you could refuse... but really... "
"Mm. We could have some fun, I think."