Why are girls your age so often prone to thinking you are adult-level mature and can handle life alone? What do you think is going to happen if you have your father reported? His methods for making sure you didn't screw your life up any further by becoming a nicotine addict may have been questionable (still kind of funny though), but you report him, and then what? Pushing that baby out did not grow you up six or seven years in nine months, and the fact that you want to punish the source of consequences for YOUR actions shows that you have alot of growing up to do and you have learned nothing about accountability from your experiences, so in a way you are less mature than many others your age.
By the way, would you kids stop with the crap about "my parents smoke so why shouldn't I". Nicotine is a powerful, powerful drug, not in action, but in addiction. Your parents are burdened with a condition that they will struggle with until the day they die. They know better than anyone else why you shouldn't start. You think you can handle anything at that age. You would think the position you are in now would have taught you how when you are that age, unlike when you were a young child, you can screw your life up forever, but apparently the memo flew right past you. You are not old enough to be able to make choices regarding a substance that will if not used VERY carefully cause the burden on you-emotionally, economically, and physically-of lifelong addiction. I have to remind you, you are still a child yourself.