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Jordan Turpin has more than 474,000 subscribers on TikTok, where a 21-year-old girl posts her usual dance videos, and her biography reads: “I love helping others! I love to dance and write songs! ”

But there is nothing unusual about cheerful yellowing.

He is one of 13 siblings who escaped from the house of horror where their parents David and Louise Turpin imprisoned them. In 2018, the then-17-year-old brave Turpin escaped from his home in Perris, California, and called authorities, finding that he and his brothers were starving, living in poverty, and in some cases handcuffed. beds.

“I told them everything. We don’t go to school. We live in filth. We will be hungry. And that’s all, ”he said of Diane Sawyer’s 911 calls in November.

Their story of violence and torture against children shocked the public, and his parents were sentenced to life in prison behind bars.

Jordan and his sister, Jennifer Dayan, told Sawyer about their horrible home.

But on social media, excited by the confirmation by TikTok this week, Turpin seems to be focusing more positive research.

“Hello guys, I wanted to come here quickly and say a big thank you for all the love and all the support,” he said in the video. “Whoever watched me or watched my videos, I really appreciate you and I love you so much.”

Jordan Turpin regularly posts dance videos on the treadmill
Jordan Turpin regularly posts dance videos on TikTok.

Turpin also thanked those who contributed and helped the JAYC Foundation, founded by Jesse Dugard, who some used as a platform to protect their still-struggling siblings and was abducted as a child. families experiencing the crisis.

“People asked me if I saw my brothers often and how my brothers were doing. I want to tell you that I see my brothers often and I love them very much. We are not in the best condition to live in right now, but we have a roof over our heads and there is a way to get food and we are all very grateful for that, ”he said.

Jordan also thanked those who sent him money via the Venmo or Cash App.

“Now I am able to give all my brothers very nice, beautiful gifts this year and I am very happy and grateful to be able to do so,” he said.

“I hope that one day I will be able to help you and others, just as you helped me. It’s very important to me. “

Jordan Turpin now has big social networks to help support him and his siblings.
Jordan Turpin now has big social networks to help support him and his siblings.

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