Escape from a House of Horror l 20/20 l PART 1

On the night of Jan. 14, 2018, 17-year-old Jordan Turpin made a daring escape from her home and called 911 in order to save herself and her siblings from their abusive parents.
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  • Shaylee
    Shaylee10 ай бұрын

    Such a heartbreaking story. I’m so happy they were saved. Now we have to hope the system doesn’t fail then again.

  • JustMonrie

    JustMonrie

    2 ай бұрын

    Do you think there are other cases like this too and they have not been caught yet... It terrifies me to even think about it

  • Xondra Gálvez

    Xondra Gálvez

    3 ай бұрын

    @wakemeup38 individualism has nothing to do with this.

  • KQJ_Diya007

    KQJ_Diya007

    3 ай бұрын

    FRRRR

  • dippin daisy

    dippin daisy

    3 ай бұрын

    The system will always fail. It's not a good thing. Something needs to be changed because there are children in the same place she way right now.

  • Mizzy's Parrots
    Mizzy's ParrotsАй бұрын

    What makes me so sick about this, is how she was super polite on the phone and even panicked saying “sorry! Sorry!” When the operator told her the address wasn’t right. She’s so used to having to be friendly probably to try to reduce her parents anger.

  • Dennazz

    Dennazz

    4 күн бұрын

    😰😰😰

  • Kasp1978 p

    Kasp1978 p

    11 күн бұрын

    @Mizzy's Parrots I am a survivor extreme abuse. So, you can't make assumptions. What You observe and actually living it are two different things.

  • Bebop

    Bebop

    14 күн бұрын

    I feel that in my soul...

  • Mizzy's Parrots

    Mizzy's Parrots

    15 күн бұрын

    @Kasp1978 p it’s 100% being conditioned to not make adults made. Side effect of her situation. See it all the time in survivors of extreme abuse

  • Kasp1978 p

    Kasp1978 p

    15 күн бұрын

    Being polite is not a reaction to her parents. Maybe she has a sweet heart and she's just sincerely polite. She is really smart.

  • neet123
    neet123Ай бұрын

    She sounded like a 6 year old. Just heartbreaking what they went through. What a brave woman.

  • Prince Raymond Bacabis

    Prince Raymond Bacabis

    4 күн бұрын

    ofc she's scared`~

  • Brittney B Red

    Brittney B Red

    8 күн бұрын

    Yes she does

  • Dev Dixit

    Dev Dixit

    13 күн бұрын

    Puberty is triggered by the hypothalamic-pituitary axis, specifically, the release of the GnRH hormones from the hypothalamus, which causes the release of LH & FSH from the pituitary. But this axis can only be triggered, and the hormones are only released if a critical mass is achieved, in most women, this mass is around 47 kg. If for whatever reason, this mass is not reached, likely due to poor nutrition, then the axis won't trigger puberty, and puberty will become delayed until the mass is reached, this is because the body does not waste resources on a non-essential process like puberty when there are barely enough calories to stay alive. This is why in the past when food was scarcer, puberty began later, and good nutrition today has caused a high prevalence of precocious puberty. From the situations, the children were living in (living on ketchup and ice), they all appear to have been malnutrition, and so Jordan wouldn't have been able to reach a critical mass and undergo the puberty transition. Even though she was 17 at the time, Jordan would still have been pre-pubescent, since she would never have started puberty in her malnutritioned state. Hence why she still sounds like a small child, her voice hadn't deepened yet. Presumably, once she escaped and began to receive proper nutrition, she would have begun puberty and reached menarche.

  • Eren Yaeger

    Eren Yaeger

    15 күн бұрын

    @Nick Regan i love watching youtube

  • UnleashedTraining101
    UnleashedTraining101Ай бұрын

    The Turpin case is a horrific tragedy. This girl is such a sweet, beautiful person, despite the trauma she endured. I hope she’s doing well now.

  • Sally Lemon

    Sally Lemon

    3 күн бұрын

    @Isa Hiroshi the famous sisters should use up all the money to keep the younger ones with them, with guardian. I bet they never stop receiving donations.

  • O’beirne

    O’beirne

    3 күн бұрын

    @Da Ghetto really? that’s insane. i feel so bad for all of these victims. the system is broken

  • Da Ghetto

    Da Ghetto

    4 күн бұрын

    @Isa Hiroshi Some of the Turpin siblings especially the younger ones became victims of abuse again... System failed these kids. Right after all of these, the kids suffered as well. These kids aren't getting any breaks.

  • Isa Hiroshi

    Isa Hiroshi

    Ай бұрын

    Jordan now has social media! You can find her searching on TikTok and Instagram. Her account are named Jordan Turpin (she's a pretty girl and very famous now!). With her sister Jennifer often release some interviews to tell her story. Now the Turpin siblings are doing well! And I heard many people donated money to help them to have a better life.

  • Jayy Juju
    Jayy JujuАй бұрын

    I was shocked when they said she was 17 , she sounds so much younger , this story so sad , I’m glad she was brave enough to save herself and her siblings

  • Felicia Lim

    Felicia Lim

    Күн бұрын

    @Kennedy Williams 2

  • Tetchie Maguliman

    Tetchie Maguliman

    4 күн бұрын

    ooooo9

  • Mystic QRO

    Mystic QRO

    4 күн бұрын

    @Kennedy Williams What kind of 17 year olds you been around? 🤨more like 7 year old.

  • Willow Lunn

    Willow Lunn

    5 күн бұрын

    @Kennedy Williams she never was educated past 1st grade so no. It's not. A 17 year old goes to English class in high school. A 17 year old had interactio neither other people. A 17 year old should have a job.

  • Willow Lunn

    Willow Lunn

    5 күн бұрын

    I thought it was a little boy at first! Maybe 10, I couldn't believe it either

  • scribb !!
    scribb !!10 ай бұрын

    The amount of information she didn’t know like, how to read street signs, sidewalks, medication, how to speak to people, it’s baffling. Yet she still managed to do all of that. The bravest girl ever. 😭

  • Sally Lemon

    Sally Lemon

    3 күн бұрын

    It's called survival. Like when someone gets into the jungle and could make it out when they had never encountered settings as that before.

  • Vanessa Conroy

    Vanessa Conroy

    4 күн бұрын

    JORDAN; YOU SHOULD BE VERY VERY PROUD 👏OF YOURSELF& CALLING 911 THE POLICE 🚔FOR HELP TO SAVE YOU&YOUR LITTLE SISTER'S I CRIED 😭WATCHING YOUR INTERVIEW 😭💔EXPLAINING HOW NERVOUS 😓YOU WERE OF THEM HORRIBLE MONSTER'S? YOU'LL ALWAYS BE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS 🙏🏼 I WISH YOU ALL THE MOST BEST ❤ IN LIFE ❤💙 YOUR A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADY AND I'VE REALLY REALLY GOT THE UP MOST HEIGHT OF RESPECT FOR YOU AND YOUR SIBLINGS?...YOU ALL DESERVE ❤THE BEST IN LIFE NOBODY HAS TO SUFFER LIKE THE WAY YOU AND YOUR SISTER'S DID?GOD BLESS 🙌🏼YOU ALL AND I WILL ALWAYS KEEP ON PRAYING FOR YOU ALL TAKE CARE 🙂AND GOD BLESS YOU ALL ♥❤ AMEN 💫🙏🏼 GOD BLESS YOU ALL AMEN 🙏🏼

  • aishwariya p. pandala

    aishwariya p. pandala

    8 күн бұрын

    @killingmonkey11 ii

  • Grant

    Grant

    18 күн бұрын

    @A°Hansen such a brave girl God protected her that night

  • borble

    borble

    18 күн бұрын

    @Jorel Orgas k¥$

  • Becca C
    Becca CАй бұрын

    It breaks my heart when she is so so polite to everyone she encounters: she grew up in this horror and she is such a sweet, loving human being.

  • Becca C

    Becca C

    13 күн бұрын

    @Cristina DeCisneros that’s oversimplifying trauma responses. Being polite is not always a trauma response , especially when she had no role model to show her politeness .

  • Becca C

    Becca C

    24 күн бұрын

    @Cristina DeCisneros also she had no adult role models to show her how to be brave or polite , she had that in her

  • Becca C

    Becca C

    24 күн бұрын

    @Cristina DeCisneros that’s why I said it breaks my heart

  • Cristina DeCisneros

    Cristina DeCisneros

    24 күн бұрын

    that's a trauma response...

  • adelaja gold

    adelaja gold

    Ай бұрын

    Yh, it's amazing, she has strength..Soo much, she is first finding a solution b4 crying

  • Thomas Hooper
    Thomas Hooper23 күн бұрын

    For someone who’s been so isolated she sounded so mature and naturally intelligent on the phone knowing subconsciously exactly what she needed to do and say to the police to get the help she needed

  • Sally Lemon

    Sally Lemon

    3 күн бұрын

    @Rhetoricalmuse 24 months planning and they learnt from movies.

  • Aena 5

    Aena 5

    20 күн бұрын

    @Rhetoricalmuse yeah and they said they used to watch movies and maybe learnt behaviour

  • Rhetoricalmuse

    Rhetoricalmuse

    20 күн бұрын

    They had been planning an escape for 24 months. She was well-rehearsed.

  • Leah Rice
    Leah Rice20 күн бұрын

    when she said on the phone that she was 17 i started crying because I thought she was around 10 based off of how little she knew and the way she spoke. that shows how horrible her childhood really was

  • Tanner Wilkerson

    Tanner Wilkerson

    10 күн бұрын

    Me too.

  • Dev Dixit

    Dev Dixit

    13 күн бұрын

    She was pre-pubescent.

  • Mike Toghill
    Mike Toghill23 күн бұрын

    Given the circumstances and lack of any life experience or education, she's phenomenally composed, both whilst making the call and in the interview. Kudos to her and her strength of character.

  • TruFire420
    TruFire420Ай бұрын

    “I didn’t know you were supposed to be on the sidewalk” how could an parent do this to their own child. Your supposed to prepare them for this harsh world as best you can! It makes me sick hearing how these parents treated them.

  • Fotosynthesis858
    Fotosynthesis8585 күн бұрын

    She couldn’t even fathom the idea to stand on the sidewalk smh. She didn’t even know the difference between an address & a zip code. That’s absolutely insane to me 🤯 I’m just so glad she was capable enough to make the call. Bless her & all her siblings 🙏🏽

  • Eternity
    Eternity28 күн бұрын

    Oh my goodness. Such a smart girl. I feel so bad that she went through so much. I can't imagine how scary that must have been to make that phone call and live in such a terrible household. I wanna give her a hug. Shame on the parents for being so abusive

  • Joel Greenwood
    Joel GreenwoodАй бұрын

    Wow, what a great woman. She might have only been a child but she acted like a protective mother to her siblings in a hellish situation. True greatness.

  • Your comment, makes me comment.
    Your comment, makes me comment.10 ай бұрын

    One thing about her that really stands out is how unbelievably polite and respectful she is during her 911 call. She's so sweet.

  • TaurusHere

    TaurusHere

    Ай бұрын

    @Neva Rae Powers Exactly! They had No Choice but to be Nice

  • Neva Rae Powers

    Neva Rae Powers

    Ай бұрын

    Well, I am sure her extreme politenesses is a result of trying not to be killed by hee parents.

  • Carol Visser

    Carol Visser

    Ай бұрын

    @Vasw Ts p lol llłklll o

  • Samantha Croston
    Samantha CrostonАй бұрын

    I really hope their parents know how much they damaged their children. This is such a sad thing. No child ever deserves to love this way or should have ever had to go through this.

  • Joseph Fryhling

    Joseph Fryhling

    14 сағат бұрын

    @Yemima Hutapea yes

  • Yemima Hutapea

    Yemima Hutapea

    10 күн бұрын

    Did they put her parents in jail?

  • Pallavisree Tambraparni

    Pallavisree Tambraparni

    14 күн бұрын

    Parents? you call these people parents? no. no . no. they don't even deserve the title "parents." all these people did was reproduce so many children will the equipment they had. A parent is someone who gives food, clothing, shelter, love, protection, and security to their children and these people did none of that for their children.

  • Luka Forman

    Luka Forman

    Ай бұрын

    👋 i hope you're safe over there? I hope this year brings happiness prosperity love and peace 💞❤️🕊️🕊️ all over the world 🙏🌍 I'm originally from Forth Worth Texas currently. and you where are you from if i may ask?

  • Ristube
    RistubeАй бұрын

    As a person with a daughter that age especially, it kills me to see someone so victimized and helpless.

  • revniw1
    revniw123 күн бұрын

    God, this is heart breaking. I'm grown man and I can't hold back the tears. How can parents do this this to their children?

  • revniw1

    revniw1

    2 күн бұрын

    @m1scy Perhaps yesterday wasn't such a bad place after all.

  • m1scy

    m1scy

    2 күн бұрын

    sounds like you were born yesterday

  • Kelly Jackson

    Kelly Jackson

    12 күн бұрын

    Because I love all of you are feeling today babe always appreciate God's blessing

  • GwenNatasha214

    GwenNatasha214

    18 күн бұрын

    There’s sick sick disgusting people out there. 😔

  • Alexandra Bolz
    Alexandra BolzАй бұрын

    I cried when she was shaking and crying talking about the incident. Jordan is my new role model and she is a hero. I just want to hug her, Jennifer and her siblings after what they went through even after they got saved.

  • m1scy

    m1scy

    2 күн бұрын

    @Luka Forman ok boomer going through a midlife crisis

  • Luka Forman

    Luka Forman

    Ай бұрын

    👋 i hope you're safe over there? I hope this year brings happiness prosperity love and peace ❤️🕊️🕊️ all over the world 🙏🌍 I'm originally from Forth Worth Texas currently. and you where are you from if i may ask?

  • Luka Forman

    Luka Forman

    Ай бұрын

    👋 i hope you're safe over there? I hope this year brings happiness prosperity love and peace 💞❤️🕊️🕊️ all over the world 🙏🌍 I'm originally from Forth Worth Texas currently. and you where are you from if i may ask?

  • Gini Marie D
    Gini Marie D10 ай бұрын

    She went from sounding like a little child to a strong woman. Tears. Shes a hero 😭

  • Shinese Browne

    Shinese Browne

    Күн бұрын

    @YaMothazOnion abcd

  • 𝑅𝑜𝑠𝑒ℎ𝑜𝑛𝑒𝑦𝑚𝑜𝑜𝑛 ☽

    𝑅𝑜𝑠𝑒ℎ𝑜𝑛𝑒𝑦𝑚𝑜𝑜𝑛 ☽

    3 күн бұрын

    Yes…but she was 17 ? I thought she was 8 there or something, sounds very young. But i’m glad that’s she’s doing alright. Absolutely disgusting how some parents treat their own flesh and blood 😔

  • Prince Raymond Bacabis

    Prince Raymond Bacabis

    4 күн бұрын

    ofc i think she's scared😐

  • Tae Washup

    Tae Washup

    4 күн бұрын

    @Anwesa Chaudhury the accent is for disguise

  • Eric DeVere
    Eric DeVere28 күн бұрын

    Thank you, Jordan. You saved so many, both your own family and the lives of those who needed to see your bravery in order to know they can be brave themselves.

  • Jesse J
    Jesse JАй бұрын

    I know the Turpin story but I'm 3 minutes into this video and I"m still getting chills as she explains how she couldn't make the call to 911 due to how she was shaking...What a brave 17 year old girl. and to see her only 4 years later doing so much better should inspire those who are also in a dark place in their lives. In only 4 years, probably even less time, everything she knew about life has changed for the better. THERE IS NOTHING YOU CANNOT OVERCOME!!! What a heroic, brave girl she was and has become!!!

  • Ultra D-Rex
    Ultra D-Rex18 күн бұрын

    Hearing Jordan's voice makes me feel like she hasn't been outside for years. It's disturbing and disgusting. I'm glad she was able to escape to call for help. God bless her and her siblings! The parents responsible deserve a worse punishment than jail.

  • Kayla Ray

    Kayla Ray

    4 күн бұрын

    She hasn't. Bless her heart

  • Francis Vantùyle
    Francis Vantùyle27 күн бұрын

    This is incredibly sad. I am stunned at how development delayed this young girl is. She will need a lot of help for years.

  • J. Elizabeth
    J. Elizabeth10 ай бұрын

    It’s so scary to think about how many people are locked away in homes who we may never find out about. It’s terrifying.

  • Stinky Sundae

    Stinky Sundae

    11 сағат бұрын

    On earth, I don't want to imagine. Definitely more than 1

  • Kimberly Isherwood

    Kimberly Isherwood

    8 күн бұрын

    Ah thank God the deputy is there, finally!

  • Kimberly Isherwood

    Kimberly Isherwood

    8 күн бұрын

    She should be a movie 🎥🍿📺 star 🌟,. Not a sad victim.

  • Kimberly Isherwood

    Kimberly Isherwood

    8 күн бұрын

    I agree. Me too. It's frightening thinking people are being tortured, animals too, by horrible people

  • Ayano Tanabe
    Ayano Tanabe7 күн бұрын

    Omg I literally started crying when she was giving the interview. Such a brave girl it’s amazing. It’s such a relief to see her healthy after 4 years and seems to be able to speak more fluently. 😢

  • Cathexis
    Cathexis2 күн бұрын

    She's a hero! Absolutely heartbreaking. We need love, we need empathy and we need justice.

  • TakeRKellyGiveUsBackTupac
    TakeRKellyGiveUsBackTupac28 күн бұрын

    What a wonderfully strong and articulate young lady. When the deputy made contact, I got goosebumps

  • Justin Fazio
    Justin Fazio29 күн бұрын

    That poor girl. She was so brave. She is a hero for saving her siblings

  • GiDD
    GiDD5 ай бұрын

    I just want to give her a hug. She saved every one of her siblings lives that night. She’s a hero

  • louise dow

    louise dow

    24 күн бұрын

    -Come over an see Johnny Depp pursuing Amber Heard with a blade as she begs him to stop, a recording played at trial that I transcribed and loudened

  • MR PR

    MR PR

    27 күн бұрын

    #TRUEHERO

  • The Vultures
    The Vultures18 сағат бұрын

    I'm not an emotional guy but the way she told the story made me extremely anxious and almost felt like I was in her shoes, so sad what happened to these poor kids. A lifetime scar. I feel so sorry for her.

  • A K
    A KАй бұрын

    You can see the trauma in her eyes. One eye is open more than the other. Everyone I know who has experienced trauma has those eyes. She's so beautiful that I didn't watch this because I thought she was an actress promoting a horror movie. I'm heartbroken to know that this a real story.

  • Alex Vanburen
    Alex Vanburen29 күн бұрын

    I remember this news story. It still brings tears to my eyes. My heart aches for children who go through such terrible things.

  • Anthony
    Anthony26 күн бұрын

    It takes incredible guts and willpower to do what she did. She was living inside the house for 17 years of abuse without fully knowing or aware about doing things in the outside world. Wow. I wanna hug her, she grew up to be strong, heck she WAS ALREADY STRONG!

  • Rima
    Rima9 ай бұрын

    "Did you hear me?" Absolutely broke my heart. Thats all abused children want, to be heard and cared for. All my love and strength to everybody whose gone through that or is going through it. May you find the strength to never hurt people as they've hurt you

  • Moffe Liten

    Moffe Liten

    24 күн бұрын

    @Shelby Grimm She didn't care at all.

  • AFA

    AFA

    Ай бұрын

    She looks like AOC.

  • Bonnie Sadlier

    Bonnie Sadlier

    Ай бұрын

    5

  • Mark - 12

    Mark - 12

    Ай бұрын

    I'd call that attention seeking behaviour

  • Cotton candyheart

    Cotton candyheart

    Ай бұрын

    Her parents are like carries mom if I was in the same situation with my mom I would call the cops too.

  • M.C CheddarBox
    M.C CheddarBoxАй бұрын

    She's a hero and I'm happy she was able to get help for everyone.

  • J LV
    J LVАй бұрын

    What a brave young woman and extremely polite and you can tell how she really really wanted to make sure she was heard and helped.

  • Ev. Adele mandagie
    Ev. Adele mandagieАй бұрын

    God bless you for saving your siblings. You really are brave.

  • Donald Dwayne

    Donald Dwayne

    Ай бұрын

    Hello Adele Mandagie

  • Luka Forman

    Luka Forman

    Ай бұрын

    👋 i hope you're safe over there? I hope this year brings happiness prosperity love and peace 💞❤️🕊️🕊️ all over the world 🙏🌍 I'm originally from Forth Worth Texas currently. and you where are you from if i may ask?

  • Curt
    CurtАй бұрын

    As a former resident of nearby Riverside California. I was completely shocked and saddened by this horrible prison these children had to endure and this brave young girl to gain enough courage to seek help.

  • _iamforever30
    _iamforever308 ай бұрын

    I can't believe she's 17 at this time.. she sounds like a little girl,desperate to get help. Such a brave soul!

  • Dragoe

    Dragoe

    4 ай бұрын

    she sounds normal to me.

  • Lizzy

    Lizzy

    4 ай бұрын

    @Barbara Guest No. It is in fact the child protection system that let down those kids. None of the systems are perfect and can be improved, yet the government doesn't do anything

  • Kayyyson

    Kayyyson

    5 ай бұрын

    @Brandon sorry to burst your bubble but it in fact is true. all it takes are a couple google searches

  • justMeyツ

    justMeyツ

    5 ай бұрын

    @StevenMcSteven they meant a literal LITTLE girl, as in 8-13. 17 might not be grown up like a 30yo would, but it’s in the verge in adulthood.

  • Alyssa Dana
    Alyssa Dana18 күн бұрын

    She’s such a beautiful girl Inside and out. What a strong woman. I’m sorry she went through that.❤️❤️❤️ thank god she got out! She’s so brave!!

  • KEY PICKS
    KEY PICKS8 күн бұрын

    As tragic as this story is its amazing to see how far she has come since going through such a horrible time in her life.

  • Andrew Dunn Jr.
    Andrew Dunn Jr.23 күн бұрын

    Dude I hope Jordan gets the best life anyone could ask for. She deserves the most amazing guy, the most amazing place to live, and the coolest people around her. I hope the best for her life and all her siblings

  • Emily Reda
    Emily RedaАй бұрын

    Poor girl. It's heartbreaking what she went through. I hope she and her siblings are doing okay.

  • PleaseVerifyReCaptcha
    PleaseVerifyReCaptcha5 ай бұрын

    To see her with her hair, nails and makeup done makes me so happy. She deserves to enjoy all pretty things and comforts in life ♥️ ugh poor kids

  • KeepItMoving

    KeepItMoving

    2 ай бұрын

    I think she looks like a model.

  • Ace Boog is Back

    Ace Boog is Back

    2 ай бұрын

    Looks like AOC's little sister lol. All the best to her and hope she can put those traumatic experiences behind her.

  • SarcasticPixie
    SarcasticPixie25 күн бұрын

    Reminds me of the time I finally stood up to my mom to stop her from killing my little brother. I was terrified of her my entire childhood, but let me tell you the moment I flew into a rage and SCREAMED at her to stop…I have never seen HER so terrified.

  • Ignus spudulous

    Ignus spudulous

    25 күн бұрын

    Congrats though, not many people would do that.

  • Chewbecca101
    Chewbecca101Ай бұрын

    She is so brave. I love hearing this story over and over.

  • Queen_Of_Domination
    Queen_Of_DominationАй бұрын

    The sad part about this is how innocent and honest she is. I just want to hug her.

  • David Thompson
    David ThompsonАй бұрын

    Meanwhile….. remember what other media outlets lapel as “heroic”. This young lady is a hero beyond description. Bravo, young child. You absolutely saved many lives! May The Lord bless you in your path moving forward.

  • This is Dan Bell.
    This is Dan Bell.10 ай бұрын

    She’s amazing. Such bravery.

  • layla

    layla

    9 ай бұрын

    @Rodro Zil wtf

  • 🌇 Hey, watch me unfold 🌃

    🌇 Hey, watch me unfold 🌃

    9 ай бұрын

    You here?? 😮

  • A Lynn

    A Lynn

    10 ай бұрын

    Dan! When are you making more hotel videos

  • Jamie Harris

    Jamie Harris

    10 ай бұрын

    @y yg they can, but not an exact address. Flip phones were the norm when I was an operator, and you could only get a 10-15 mile radius from that.

  • y yg

    y yg

    10 ай бұрын

    @Jamie Harris but isnt it true? they tracked her address from gps

  • The jolly Frog
    The jolly FrogАй бұрын

    Wow she is so traumatised by these monsters I really feel for her I don’t understand why a parent would do this I hope to god she finds the peace she needs and deserves

  • Justin Ludeman
    Justin LudemanАй бұрын

    This made me cry... I cannot imagine the terror that Jordan and her siblings endured. Young lady - Jordan - you are an amazing and gutsy strong person. I am basically speechless... 😱🤯. I cannot fathom how your parents could be so evil and cruel. You'll never read this perhaps, but anyway - you're an inspirational human for sure.

  • Cowboy C Bop
    Cowboy C Bop25 күн бұрын

    I remember watching this with my family . We all agreed that we want to help her . She needs a big hug !!! Just want her to know that she will never have to worry about anything anymore !! I pray she lives a long happy life 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • Jesse Hixon
    Jesse HixonАй бұрын

    Man I'm crying thinking about what she went through. You're a hero

  • Mr Lucky
    Mr Lucky6 ай бұрын

    Wow her speech improvement from the date of the call to this interview is absolutely insane, shows how smart this girl really is and what abuse can do to someone. Also look how beautiful she is, doesn’t even look like the same girl from the video of her talking with the officer.

  • Amelie-Fleur

    Amelie-Fleur

    3 ай бұрын

    I was wondering if she has an “accent” because they never interacted with anyone outside of the house. So they developed their own unique accent in the house.

  • Hi

    Hi

    3 ай бұрын

    @Tito Pena *makeup (is one word)

  • Sss Ddd

    Sss Ddd

    3 ай бұрын

    You guys are gross. Her speech is from being sheltered and abused. She's a beautiful girl, makeup is a lie when worn by anybody pretty or ugly but she doesn't need it. This is just how television works, they slap makeup on to make people perfect, being perfect is an unrealistic standard reinforced by makeup but a lot of you actually need it just to fit in. But why is it a standard of beauty? She's been through a lot and is probably way more grateful for what she has now than any spoiled chick with plastic caked on driving her dad's Audi, and that is what makes her beautiful. Not the makeup you women like to compare yourselves to

  • manic-pixie-nightmare!-girl

    manic-pixie-nightmare!-girl

    4 ай бұрын

    @Widow Rumstrypze Not after age 4. I sincerely suggest you check out the case of the “feral” child named Genie - or any case of “feral” children rescued after age 4. It’s impossible after the speech-related brain centers are not developed due to an EXTREME lack of socialization. In Genie’s case, she was never able to learn language despite decades of receiving intensive speech therapy from virtually the most skilled doctors/psychologists in the entire nation. I don’t doubt AT ALL that this young woman in the video (and the rest of the Turpin children) also experienced SEVERE abuse. Keep in mind - Genie was either an only child, or she was kept completely separate from the rest of her family; locked in a closet for 13 years straight. Because the Turpin family was SO LARGE - even if this girl was kept locked away from her parents, she was most likely socialized through interactions w/ her numerous siblings - because the Turpin children were kept together while abused, locked up within the immediate vicinity of each other. Also, the oldest of the siblings experienced a few years (of their early lives) without SEVERE abuse; they would’ve had “normal” socialization, and most likely taught this to their younger siblings. That’s the only reason why the Turpin children can talk and socialize relatively “normally”.

  • Kayla Marie

    Kayla Marie

    4 ай бұрын

    @Ash Scott are you saying she doesn't have a speech impediment...?

  • Jay Charles
    Jay CharlesАй бұрын

    This breaks my heart…what an amazing young woman I can’t imagine how scared she was yet she did all of that for her sisters…

  • Serene Alhajhussein
    Serene AlhajhusseinАй бұрын

    I’m so proud of her for getting over this while still being this smart, stable, and beautiful. She’s inspiring and somehow too polite.

  • Wicked Sick.
    Wicked Sick.Ай бұрын

    Thank God she's already free on the terror from her father. The good thing is she got a strength to talk and explain the situation that happened to her and her siblings... Jordan Turpin, you are a HERO! Stay safe and stay strong!

  • AstarASMR
    AstarASMRАй бұрын

    What a brave girl! She’s absolutely beautiful too! Wish her all the best

  • Natalie Vu
    Natalie Vu2 ай бұрын

    Wow, she was 17, she sounded like a smart 10 year old. This abuse & neglect was just horrible. What a brave girl!

  • Doc Dildonica

    Doc Dildonica

    16 күн бұрын

    @Goldie Belle yes

  • Goldie Belle

    Goldie Belle

    16 күн бұрын

    @Doc Dildonica yes.

  • smjhobbies
    smjhobbiesАй бұрын

    I'm feel so bad for these girls,this family.Jordan and the other girl,and family members. You're so courageous jordan, I'm so proud of you you're such a sweetheart and I really believe that you're going to have a great life from now on. Don't let the past make you don't let the past determine who you are today don't let the past hold you back from doing what you want to do sweetheart. We all love all of you or at least I love all of you I've grown to love you all through this story and it really has affected me pretty hard as I've gone through similar situation and I'm a male. Anyway I'm glad you're okay

  • COUCH DETECTIVES UNITE!!
    COUCH DETECTIVES UNITE!!Ай бұрын

    We are all proud of you Ms.Jordan, May you and your siblings live, be free, and enjoy this life!

  • chipsthedog1
    chipsthedog111 күн бұрын

    I hope she knows what an amazing person she is. So brave and strong and the fact that her main priority was to save her siblings just proves what a true hero she is.

  • L M Novakovics
    L M Novakovics9 күн бұрын

    Jordan you're a HERO! ❤ So brave and strong. So much courage! I hope you and your siblings are healing from this horrific circumstance. Sending love and prayers...❤🙏🏼💪🏼

  • Will Back
    Will Back20 күн бұрын

    It’s horrifying to think how many cases like this one could be happening right now and we have no idea about them.

  • Charles Ray
    Charles RayАй бұрын

    Idk if anybody else has this power but I can just tell she is really been through a lot and appreciates even the SMALLEST gesture. When she started to cry and the woman handed her a tissue, she said “thank you so much”…to me that speaks volumes

  • Bash
    BashАй бұрын

    Unbelievable, how harsh. it’s crazy to even think how cruel people can be. May there be hope for everyone.

  • Ghost Wolf
    Ghost Wolf6 күн бұрын

    My heart goes out to people being abused or have been. They have gone through so much but can still try and move on in life.

  • Ambrose
    Ambrose10 ай бұрын

    You can hear the innocence in her voice. She sounds so child like for a 17 year old. The bravery it must have taken is amazing.

  • Aena 5

    Aena 5

    Ай бұрын

    @Nl Mookie I wonder 🤔 how they live now any updates on their current living situation I can't believe they had a 29 year old caged wtf

  • Nl Mookie

    Nl Mookie

    2 ай бұрын

    She didn’t go to school and was caged in and abused for her whole life that’s why she sounds like that . Her growth was stunted

  • Glynnis Thomas

    Glynnis Thomas

    5 ай бұрын

    My gish, she has been captive for so long! She is very brave, she saved the life of her siblings too. God bless them.

  • As 0109
    As 010927 күн бұрын

    She grew up to be such a beautiful and strong young lady. I hope she’ll always succeed in life along with her siblings.

  • Awoken Entertainment
    Awoken Entertainment20 күн бұрын

    I can't imagine going that many years without any contact to the outside world..

  • polish cow
    polish cow26 күн бұрын

    you see the trauma flashing before here eyes while she speaks about this in the interview. she deserves the best life.

  • David Locke
    David LockeАй бұрын

    This young lady is amazing, I’m sat here as a grown ass man with tears in my eyes, feel so sad for the kids, and so much anger at the parents, or should I say “things”.

  • Teku Lazarus
    Teku Lazarus5 ай бұрын

    The fact that she referred to the policeman as a ‘stranger’ instead of a ‘cop’ screams innocence and I cannot believe she had the prowess and instinct to carryover a conversation with the brass without ever having done so before- truly courageous!

  • Life with AQ&Cookie

    Life with AQ&Cookie

    2 ай бұрын

    I mean she doesn't know him?

  • 朝阳北京

    朝阳北京

    2 ай бұрын

    @Aro Lurker thank you ❤️

  • Miss B TV

    Miss B TV

    2 ай бұрын

    And she asks did you hear? Did you get it? Like so thorough! Id just be blabbering.

  • Aro Lurker

    Aro Lurker

    4 ай бұрын

    @朝阳北京 I think it’s not that “cop” is a bad word, (I don’t even think it’s a bad word at all, just slang) it’s because she apparently didn’t know words for other people besides “stranger.”

  • 朝阳北京

    朝阳北京

    4 ай бұрын

    Could you please explain me why “cop” is a bad name for policeman? (Sorry, I’m not an English native speaker)

  • IamKnucks
    IamKnucksАй бұрын

    Anyone who could do this to children deserves a life of waterboarding. Heartbreaking to steal innocence this way.

  • a genderfluid witch
    a genderfluid witchАй бұрын

    She is so incredibly strong and selfless. This must be incredibly hard to relive and i hope that she is able to heal and move on.

  • Dog face Samoyed
    Dog face SamoyedАй бұрын

    The Turpin story really affected me. Jorden was so brave and smart some spirit helped her that night. I watched the two hour special and could not believe what I saw.

  • Clara Aguilar
    Clara AguilarАй бұрын

    And to know so many inocents children suffer from this kind of abuse is sad and horrible that another human being is capable of doing this. Blessing to this young woman that escape and help others.

  • Kim.mybeloved
    Kim.mybeloved6 ай бұрын

    Her apologizing just broke me. She had never knew and talked to anyone depart from her torture.

  • Airnoy Phetrasy

    Airnoy Phetrasy

    2 ай бұрын

    @Pia Schlömer . N?...

  • The Outdoorsman

    The Outdoorsman

    2 ай бұрын

    @Pia Schlömer the 13 witnesses that lived this horror story and who are telling their story here isn’t enough for you? Again I ask, what’s wrong with you?

  • The Outdoorsman

    The Outdoorsman

    2 ай бұрын

    @Pia Schlömer what’s wrong with you?

  • Msannc
    Msannc10 күн бұрын

    She sounds like such a sweet little girl. Poor girl no one deserves that! Bless her heart ♥️ 💪

  • Deja Weston
    Deja Weston11 күн бұрын

    As soon as I heard it’s been a year since she or her siblings had a bath I started bawling ….. this girl is truly an Angel …

  • LloydMusic
    LloydMusic4 күн бұрын

    The little amount of common knowledge she knew when she made that phone call had me shocked. Holding back tears thinking about everything they've been through / missed out on in life.

  • spunky sparks
    spunky sparks26 күн бұрын

    What a courageous girl! A hero to her siblings.

  • Corgimations
    Corgimations8 ай бұрын

    She's so brave to save her siblings. It's appalling how the parents only serve 25 years.

  • Nuupster

    Nuupster

    Ай бұрын

    Here in finland you get 10 years for cruel murder so i think 25yrs way too much

  • Henry

    Henry

    5 ай бұрын

    I don't usually wish for prisoners to suffer abuse while inside, but if anyone deserves that it's the Turpin parents.

  • Brianna

    Brianna

    5 ай бұрын

    @Taha What ? 25 seconds?

  • HJE
    HJEАй бұрын

    Irs one thing to be the victim of such long and drawn out severe abuse, and to realise the abuse is wrong takes such remarkable inner strength and discernment, but to go to the length this young woman did to escape that abuse is nothing short of utterly courageous. Such a brave young woman. I hope she is healthy and happy and continuing to grow and develop into the amazing woman she is

  • Felicity Taylor
    Felicity TaylorАй бұрын

    It shows how much they kept her locked away by how naive and young she sounds it must have been terrifying. We salute you and may God Bless and keep you and your brothers and sisters safe healthy and Blessed by God in all directions

  • Martheresa
    Martheresa28 күн бұрын

    She is a beautiful young lady. I hope and pray she fully recovers from what she went through and doesn't let her past define her life or even deter it from achieving her dreams.

  • Andrew Werndli
    Andrew WerndliАй бұрын

    No words to explain my thoughts on this. I hope all of the victims can live a peaceful life and be around decent people and prosper.

  • Becksnnc
    Becksnnc3 ай бұрын

    You can hear how young she sounds. She's 17 but her speech is like that of a 7 year old. Bless her heart. I'm glad she had a happy ending.

  • Florencia

    Florencia

    Ай бұрын

    There’s no happy ending after living that sh*t

  • Diesal one

    Diesal one

    Ай бұрын

    @Marilyn Willett bruh what

  • Marilyn Willett

    Marilyn Willett

    Ай бұрын

    @Diesal one So you bring the Lord's name into it like blasphemy. not even SHE did that and you judge her language.

  • Marilyn Willett

    Marilyn Willett

    Ай бұрын

    She does not sound like 7, she sounds about 12 or 13.

  • Avery

    Avery

    2 ай бұрын

    @STJ Agreed.

  • Boy Kulot
    Boy Kulot18 күн бұрын

    This girl has a lot of survival instincts and she's so smart. She can figure out the right thing to do even in that situation. She could have been a successful woman already with that brain if she had a different environment.

  • Walter Marhelski
    Walter Marhelski25 күн бұрын

    God bless all those children and she’s a wonderful sister for saving them all

  • qyera brantley
    qyera brantleyАй бұрын

    She saved her life and her siblings life the dispatcher did a wonderful job!😥❤️

  • Joseph B
    Joseph BАй бұрын

    This is seriously sad and heartbreaking 💔 Such a strong young woman

  • Katie Lou
    Katie Lou10 ай бұрын

    The fact that she did not even sound 17 on the phone shows how sheltered from the world she really was. The last 4 years have really helped her.

  • honeybee msp

    honeybee msp

    8 ай бұрын

    @AGNYC sheltering isn’t good either way

  • 💚 Amy-Lee Angel 💜

    💚 Amy-Lee Angel 💜

    10 ай бұрын

    @freedom True. I sound similar to her from what I've been through as a youngster. I'm 37 and I still sound the same... child like.

  • maunchkin

    maunchkin

    10 ай бұрын

    @L K yea and her speech now still has that nuances/pronounciation of a young kid. She must have went through a lot, locked in the house.

  • DrE38

    DrE38

    10 ай бұрын

    Yeah she sounded 12, or something, but I thought voice changed with puberty and not just cause of social interaction with others outside

  • Latesha Renée

    Latesha Renée

    10 ай бұрын

    @Kourtney Douthard-Becker me too! I had to rewind it back to hear it again

  • joe diamond
    joe diamond15 күн бұрын

    Watching this series has absolutely blown my mind. What a phenomenal young woman you are. The courage of a lion & the heart of an angel. Well done Jordan a true heroine👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  • rachel469
    rachel46926 күн бұрын

    How awful, poor kids that has taken so much courage, very terrifying for her and it is great they eventually got free, but all those kids must be so pulled emotionally by their biological connection to those monsters.

  • Karen Earle
    Karen EarleАй бұрын

    She sounds so very young like an 8 or 9 year old. She has grown into a very pretty young woman. I am so happy for her, that they all survived and she's free to live as an independent adult.

  • Vaibhavi Kulkarni
    Vaibhavi Kulkarni17 күн бұрын

    She sounds like a 3 year old on the phone call. It's heartbreaking i hope she's living a better life and able to move on. I cannot imagine the horror of knowing her 'parents' might find out any minute

  • number6villageangel

    number6villageangel

    14 күн бұрын

    People need to stop with this infantilizing nonsense, “oh she sounds 9, she sounds 3”, no she sounds like a 17 year old who has been through a lot.

  • Blane
    Blane9 ай бұрын

    Despite how isolated her parents made her, she still grew up smart and brave and it's just amazing to me she managed to pull herself and her siblings out of this situation.

  • Sherman Daniel

    Sherman Daniel

    6 ай бұрын

    It’s truly incredible how smart she was/is considering the abuse. Even on that 911 call. Her speech is so stunted and so limited but she really explains her horrible situation well to the operator and gives out all the relevant information. I was genuinely impressed she rattled off all the kids in order like she did.

  • ciarra *

    ciarra *

    7 ай бұрын

    @greg acosta ur mad weird dude

  • theoriginalalnoor

    theoriginalalnoor

    8 ай бұрын

    @labyrinthminds I think what they meant to say is "shame." They meant to say shame in one word as, it's a shame that this happened to her. And then a whole new sentence starts where he says she started her own TikTok

  • ciarra *

    ciarra *

    8 ай бұрын

    @Christel Fernandez Can you eloborate I was looking for an update on them ?

  • Christel Fernandez

    Christel Fernandez

    8 ай бұрын

    Update the California system let these children and adult children down. And the community

  • Augie Mems
    Augie Mems29 күн бұрын

    Thank God she was brave enough to get out and tell someone she saved her and her siblings life and the Cops did a good job too!!

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