Can I get sued for moving out of my guardians house after being under guardianship for 18 years?

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

When I was 18 months old I was put under my grandparents care under guardianship and now that I am 18 some drama happened and my grandmother told me I have to live with my unfit mother or Oma, and my grandmother says she will take me to court if I try to move out with a friend of mine.

ANSWER BY MARGARET CROSS-BELIVEAU:

A guardianship ends when you turn 18 and you are considered to be an adult. You are free to go wherever you please.

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