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What has happened to Jordan Turpin?

JORDAN Turpin has spoken out about her and her siblings’ abuse at the hands of their parents, as well as how she managed to flee.

Turpin, now 21, told ABC’s Diane Sawyer that she had been “close to death so many times” and that fleeing her home was a “now-or-never” situation for her.

Jordan Turpin, 21, said in an interview with Dian Sawyer this summer, “Right now, I don’t really have a way to get food.”

“Right now, I don’t have anywhere to go, but my older siblings are assisting me.”

Jordan is currently enrolled in a school-based housing program.

Despite revelations from the interview that the siblings were still “living in squalor,” Riverside County Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham previously told People magazine that all of the siblings “are happy.”

Beecham said they were “moving on with their lives,” with one having graduated from college and several others working or attending school.

“Some of them are living independently, in their own apartment, working and attending school,” he continued.

Some people give back to their communities by volunteering.

They attend church services.

“They still meet, all 13 of them, so they’ll meet somewhere private.”

Many have changed their names to avoid being recognized, he added.

Turpin called the cops on her parents in 2018 and rescued herself and her 12 siblings from captivity and starvation at the hands of her parents.

She broke out a window to flee their California home and reported her siblings’ abuse to the authorities.

Turpin also remembered her fortunate escape.

“My whole body was shaking, I couldn’t really dial,” she said as she remembered the moment she dialed 911.

“I just ran away from home because I live in a family of 15,” she told a dispatcher about her life and parents, David and Louise Turpin.

Can you hear me? And we have parents who abuse their children.

Did you hear what I said?”

“OK, they hit us,” she told the dispatcher when asked how her parents were abusing her and her siblings.

They enjoy tossing us across the room.

They yank your hair out.

They yank our hair out.

“I’ve got two…

“Right now, my two younger sisters are enslaved.”

If her parents found out she had escaped, she said they would “literally kill me.”

When cops arrived at the house, they discovered two siblings in chains on their bed, as well as a filthy house reeking of human waste.

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Jordan Turpin escaped from her home family home when she was 17

Jordan Turpin escaped from her home family home when she was 17

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