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The girl who escaped from the ‘house of horror’ Turpin transforms her life to become a TikTok star

A GIRL who escaped from the evil Turpin “house of horrors” has become a TikTok star.

Jordan Turpin has managed to change her life after she escaped her “hell-like” family home in California where 13 kids chained to bed, was starved and beaten by his parents.

Jordan Turpin has become a TikTok star

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Jordan Turpin has become a TikTok starCredit: ABC 20/20
Thirteen children were abused at the Turpins' home

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Thirteen children were abused at the Turpins’ homeCredit: Refer to Footnote

Jordan, then 17, fled her home through a window and told police her siblings were being abused and that they lived in trash.

She told police that her two sisters were chained to their bed.

She fears her parents “will want to kill her” if they realize she has left the family home.

Recounting the 911 call as she tried to escape her captivity nearly four years ago, she told ABC News’ Diane Sawyer: “It’s really now or never. If something happens to me, at least I died trying.”

And now this 21-year-old girl has turned to social media to change her life.

Jordan, who has nearly 500,000 followers on TikTok, regularly shares clips of her dancing.

Despite the horrors of her childhood, the aspiring dancer has a positive outlook on life and her TikTok biography reads: “I love helping others! Love to dance and write songs!”

She said: “To everyone who has followed me or watched my videos, I am so grateful to you all. I love you so much.

“I’m now verified on TikTok and I’m so excited. I feel like I’ve done something cool. Thank you guys so much.”

Her dance videos have racked up millions of views with her followers consistently supportive.

Someone said in her last video: “We all have to protect her at all costs! She deserves all the great things!”

Another added: “Jordan has gone from being one of the bravest girls (still is) to being an internet sensation! God bless you Jordan!!!”

While someone commented: “Congratulations BLUE!! Hope you are doing well and all your brothers and sisters and sister you did the interview with u!”

The Turpin siblings, aged between two and 29 when abused revealed that they had previously lived in appalling conditions and admit they were close to death.

Twisted Parents David and Louise Turpin was sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to 14 counts, including cruelty to an adult dependent, child cruelty, torture and false imprisonment.

According to reports, cruel parents tortured their children by throwing away apple pies and pumpkin pies.

They also buy toys for their children but refuse to open them, NBC reported.

Police revealed in court that the children were only allowed to bathe once a year.

A statement from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office said: “Deputies located what they believe to be 12 children inside the home, but were shocked to discover that seven of them really an adult.

“The victims appeared to be malnourished and very dirty.”

In 2020, Riverside County Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham revealed that the brothers were “getting on with their lives.”

I said EVERYONE: “Some of them are living on their own, living in their own apartments and having jobs and going to school. Some volunteers in the community. They go to church”.

The lawyer said the younger siblings were able to “recover better” because they “have not been abused and neglected for so many years”.

He revealed that some of the siblings have changed their names but said they still see each other.

David and Louise Turpin were sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2018

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David and Louise Turpin were sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2018Credit: AP: Associated Press
The Turpins – My whole body trembled after escaping the House of Horrors – we came close to death so many times

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