The ’20/20: Escape From A Home Of Horror’ particular with Diane Sawyer revealed many stunning particulars of the Turpin siblings’ struggles by the hands of their dad and mom David and Louise.

Over three years after the fateful 9-1-1 name that may change their lives, Jennifer33, and Jordan Turpin21, had been interviewed by Diane Sawyer for an ABC 20/20 special on Friday November 19. The courageous younger ladies spoke about what they and their 11 siblings went via of their dad and mom’ “home of horror,” together with how their dad and mom, David and Louise Turpin, “used the bible” to clarify the years of abuse they gave to them and their different 11 siblings.

“If I did one little factor improper, I used to be going to be crushed,” Jennifer stated within the interview. “And never simply beat, however beat until I bled.”

“They actually used the Bible to clarify their habits to us,” she added. “They beloved to level out issues in Deuteronomy, saying that, ‘We have now the best to do that to you.’ … That they even had the best to kill us if we didn’t pay attention.”

One of many horrible issues the dad and mom did to the kids was feed them solely as soon as a day, which was normally a peanut butter sandwich, whereas they ate common parts of quick meals and frozen meals all through the day. Jordan even remembered being so hungry at sure factors that she would eat leaves, grass, and ketchup over ice cubes.

The particular gave all kinds of particulars into what the 13 Turpin kids, then ages 2 to 29, went via whereas dwelling below their dad and mom’ roof. It’s already been well-documented that the children weren’t well-fed, and plenty of had been extraordinarily skinny, when police raided the Turpin dwelling in 2019. Previews had already proven by no means earlier than seen footage of among the chains that the kids had been held to on the mattress.

Louise Turpin in court docket throughout her trial in 2019. (Damian Dovarganes/Ap/Pool/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

David and Louise Turpin had been each sentenced to life in prison in April 2019, after Jordan managed to flee and name the police in January 2018. The 2 will likely be eligible for parole in 22 years. Each David and Louise have expressed remorse for the way in which they handled their kids in court docket statements. “I by no means meant for any hurt to return to my kids. I’m sorry if I’ve carried out something to trigger them hurt,” David stated on the time. Louise’s assertion was equally apologetic. “I’m sorry for every little thing I’ve carried out to harm my kids. I like my kids a lot,” she stated. “I look ahead to the day I can see them, hug them, and inform them I’m sorry.”

Jordan defined what occurred when she made the fateful 9-1-1 name that freed her and her siblings. (ABC)

Within the two years since their dad and mom had been sentenced, most of the Turpin children have began adjusting to the world very nicely. Riverside County Deputy District Legal professional Kevin Beecham informed People that the older youngsters have settled into regular lives, and nonetheless meet with their siblings privately. “A few of them live independently, dwelling in their very own condominium, and have jobs and are going to highschool. Some volunteer in the neighborhood. They go to church,” he stated.

The total 20/20 interview with Jennifer and Jordan can now be seen on Hulu.