One of the Turpin children allegedly had a secret YouTube page and posted videos from inside the “House of Horrors,” ABC News reported Tuesday.
The 17-year-old Turpin daughter who escaped the “House of Horrors” in California allegedly had a YouTube page under a false name where she posted videos of herself singing, reported ABC News. The videos allegedly show the girl singing songs that she wrote herself.
One video shows the family’s two dogs, dirt smeared on the walls, and clothes laying on the floor. Another video shows the girl playing with a dog that authorities say had better treatment than the Turpin children. The teen allegedly uploaded her most recent video one week before her parents David and Louise Turpin were arrested for enslaving and starving their 13 children, reported People.
The courageous girl managed to escape out of a window in their home, using a cellphone to call 911 Jan. 14. She planned the escape for over two years. “She obviously has the personality where she will risk herself for others,” Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin told ABC News.
The girl also allegedly has an Instagram account that included selfies and pictures of Justin Bieber. Her identity is hidden since she is a minor.
The seven oldest Turpin children are currently being treated at the Corona Medical Center and learning to adjust to the outside world. The six younger Turpin children are being cared for in two separate foster homes. The eldest children received a private performance by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma at the hospital Friday, reported The Press-Enterprise.
New look inside the “house of horrors” in California where police say 12 children were starved and tortured for years; 17-year-old posted videos to YouTube under an alias. pic.twitter.com/fUeZIfLa5Q
— Good Morning America (@GMA) March 6, 2018
The parents are currently facing life in prison and each is held on a $9 billion bond.
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