Can a husband pawn the title of a vehicle if their name is nowhere on the title?

Question Details: My daughter is in a very bad situation. To make a long story short her husband left her and took a truck that is in just her name. He then pawned the truck at one of those title loan places. He did this by showing them the marriage license proving they were married (remember his name in nowhere on the title of the truck). She also has to keep the insurance up on the truck because it is in her name and to make matters worse he is driving it with no license. Is there anything she can do legally (they are just separated not divorced)?

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