It has been three years since 13 of their siblings were saved from the house of horrors by their cruel and abusive parents. They deprived them of food, chained them to their beds, and tortured them.
Two of the children, 20-year-old Jordan Turpin and 32-year-old Jennifer Turpin, are now speaking publicly for the first time and sharing details of their lives since they were rescued in an upcoming interview with ABC’s Diana Sawyer.
Jordan was Jordan’s brave sibling. She fought to save her Perris home and called 911 in 2018.
“My whole body was shaking,”In a preview interview, Jordan speaks to Sawyer.
The 13 siblings ranged from 2 to 29 years old and endured years starvation and beatings.
“I think it was us coming so close to death so many times. It was literally a now or never. If something happened to me, at least I died trying,”Jordan spoke out about Jordan’s decision to call the police.
“The only word I know to call it is hell,”Jennifer adds that some siblings were held up for months.
Newly released bodycam footage from the night the kids were found shows them living in filth in the home.
David Turpin and Louise Turpin were sentenced for 25 years to life imprisonment.
All exclusive interviews can be found on “Escape from a House of Horrors: a Diane Sawyer Special Event,”This episode will air on ABC Nov. 19th.