What Happened To The Turpin Parents? All About Turpin Family Children Names and Ages In 2021, Family Story Explained: There are thirteen siblings who are also known as the Turpin Children who have rescued from their parent’s abusive homes in the year 2018, they were also deprived of food and hygiene by their parents at the time when they were rescued, here is everything that you need to know about them. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who Are In Turpin Family?
Louise Anna and David Allen Turpin are the parents of Turpin Children, the couple has abused their thirteen children, the children couldn’t even get out of the house, they were locked in their beds and were not provided with food after one of the Turpin siblings got out of the house and they called 911.
The authorities realized the pain that the Turpin children have been through, the siblings were not only starved out but they were also deprived of good hygiene, at the time of the rescue, the Turpin children hadn’t even bathed for months, in the month of February, Louise and David pled guilty to 14 felony counts. The counts included torture, cruelty to dependent individuals, false imprisonment, and also child endangerment, they have been sentenced to life imprisonment.
Turpin Children Names And Ages
The Turpin children who called 911 and informed the authorities that the police about their condition were Jordan Turpin, at the time she was 17 years old when she managed to escape the house and she asked for help, Jordan is currently 21 years old. At the time of the arrest, the Turpin siblings were aged between 2 to 29 years old, Jordan’s old sister is Jennifer Turpin.
Both of the sisters have given an insight into their personal lives on the interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC’s 20/20, the names of the other Turpin children are Jessica Turpin, Joy Turpin, Jeanetta Turpin, Julianne Turpin, and Joshua Turpin, Joy was born on 21st May in the year 1997 and is currently 24 years old.
Deputy Anthony Colace was at the end of a graveyard shift when he responded to a runaway call. He was the first person 17-year-old Jordan Turpin encountered after her escape from a “house of horror."
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Jonathan is currently 26 years old and Julianne is currently 28 years old, at the time when they were discovered by the authorities, the 2-year-old sibling was not malnourished, the police realized that the youngest child is the only one who has not been abused and starved by Louise and David.
Where Are The Children Now in 2021?
After all of the children got rescued by the authorities from their abusive home, it is alleged that they were deprived of basic services, according to some of the children, they felt betrayed by the local officials who were handling their cases, we will update you if there are going to be any updates.
What Happened To The Turpin Parents? Family Story Explained: Louis and David Turpin left their home which was in America frightened when they were apprehended in the year 2018 for abusing their 13 biological kids for more than 20 years. Closely 4 years after their sentence, two of the Turnip siblings unwrap about their horrifying past on ABC’s Escape From a House Of Horror special that broadcasted on 19th November 2021. Jordan and Jennifer Turpin talk to Diane Sawyer about the years of mental, verbal, emotional, and physical abuse or harassment the siblings faced and suffered at the hands of their own parents. However, in the month of January 2018, the hindmost decided to seek legal help after the eruption of the house.
What Happened To The Turpin Parents?
The 21-year-old said “I was always scared that if I called the police or attempted to escape, I would get caught, and then I knew I would be killed if I got caught. But in the end, when I watched all my younger siblings, I knew that’s what I had to do… That was my only last opportunity. I think it was us coming so close to demise so many times. If something happened to me, at least I demised trying.”
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In the meantime, Jennifer (33 years old), the elder sister of the Turpin siblings, remembered glimpses of their horrifying past as she said, “The only word I know to call it is “hell”… We were not even allowed to stand up. We were supposed to be sitting down all the time. Most of the time we were up at night and then sleeping in the day… There was a lot of hungry. I would have to find out how to eat. I would either eat mustard or ketchup and ice.”
Following the escape of Jordan from “The House of Horrors” in Perris, California, the Turpin parents were apprehended for serious “child maltreatment” and charged with 14 misconduct counts including “12 counts of torture and wrongful imprisonment, 9 counts of child abuse and 7 counts of brutality to a dependable adult.” Louise and David appeal guilty to all charges in the year 2019 and were convicted to life imprisonment with the possibility of a chance of parole after twenty-five years.
The Case Of Turpin Family “House of Horrors” Explained
On 14th January 2018, cops raided the California house where 13 Turpin children were imprisoned, beaten, shackled, and beaten over many years. The children aged between 2 to 29 were held captured and never permitted to leave the house without their parents. The family in the starting lived in Fort Worth but migrated to Rio Vista in the year 1999. The abuse initially began as a form of abandonment and negligence but went on to take a terrible violent turn over the years.