Our local skating rink wouldn't let my little sister leave?

I took my little sister and her friend skating last night and the place wouldn't let them walk out in the parking lot so they had to call me when I was in the parking lot waiting, to come inside and get them. Isn't that illegal to hold people when they never signed a waver or anything? We live in the US, where it's supposed to be free, right? Al

Updates:
Okay, first of all, they are litterally 15, I just drove, and they were wanting to leave at 8, and its not a vacant terrible neighborhood, so if you don't know how to be kind, you probably shouldn't be commenting mean things.

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  • I think probably for girls safety

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What Guys Said 4

  • Theoretically, it may constitute false imprisonment, but it sounds like they are just trying to protect kids and that's a good thing!

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  • They were just being protective, really. Especially if they were quite young. Don't you think that's a good thing?

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  • Shouldn't you be grateful that they're trying to look out for younger kids.

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  • they were jut looking out for her

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What Girls Said 4

  • They were probably doing it for their protection since they're younger and it was at night time. You should be grateful instead of being pissy, for fucks sake.

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  • They did the right thing. It's always better to be cautious in those situations.

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  • yes, it's illegal!

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  • They probably didn't want to be held responsible if anything happened to them. I assume they're fairly young and it was dark when you left?

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