Can my insurance company charge me for my son after payment in full?

Question Details: I had a 6 month auto policy paid in full. Several months into the policy, I received notification that my son would be added to the policy if I did not provide proof of his insurance. They said this is because my address is on his driver's license. He does not live with me, nor do I have contact with him. He has not lived with me for the entire term of the policy. I called them to explain, they said they require a legal document notarized at my expense. I provided this to them at great time and expense, but it was not fast enough for them, so they cancelled my insurance and now they say I owe them money or they will ruin my credit. How can this happen when I have paid them in full and their billing does not work on credit, it is paid up front.

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