If you can recall, back in January 2018 the Turpin family made international headlines after authorities made a shocking discovery in their home.
David and Louise Turpin were arrested in Perris, California after authorities received a disturbing phone call from one of their children.
The two parents were holding their children captive in their Perris home and were subjecting them to torture and neglect.
One of the 13 Turpin children, who ranged in ages 2 to 29, escaped the home and was able to call 911.
Google Maps; pictured above is the house the Turpin family lived in
The children were found living in deplorable conditions. All of them were malnourished, and fifthly. The children had been living in shackles and were rarely allowed to shower.
Once authorities arrived, David and Louise were immediately brought into custody. Their bond is set at $12 million each.
Each has pleaded not guilty to the charges that have brought against them which include, torture, abuse, and false imprisonment.
Facebook; David and Louise Turpin are pictured above together
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