How Turpin’s hidden camera in a Barbie doll captured abuse in which children were caged, beaten, starved, and sexually abused.

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How Turpin’s hidden camera in a Barbie doll captured abuse in which children were caged, beaten, starved, and sexually abused.

A CAMERA hidden in a Barbie doll filmed the children being caged, beaten, starved, and sexually abused, according to Turpin family members.

Jennifer and Jordan Turpin spoke out for the first time about the horrific abuse the 13 siblings endured in an interview with Diane Sawyer that aired on Friday night.

Jordan described how she was afraid of being punished by her parents if she did anything wrong before fleeing.

“I was going to get beaten if I did one little thing wrong,” she admitted.

“And not just beat until I bled, beat until I bled until I bled until I bled until I bled until

“I would sneak into the bathroom after my mother and father had left and make my videos and put them out,” she explained.

Jordan would sing in the bathroom and record herself.

She told Sawyer that she received a message from a viewer who asked her a few questions.

Their conversation convinced her that she needed to seek help.

Parents Louise and David Turpin kept the malnourished siblings in cages and chained them to beds.

For decades, some of the kids had been abused.

Jennifer was kidnapped and held captive for nearly three decades.

Jordan, then 17 years old, managed to slip out of a window of their California home in August 2018, raising the alarm.

The sisters also discussed how they put a camera inside a Barbie to record the abuse in the interview.

Jordan described the terrifying decision she made after escaping to call 911 on her parents.

“My whole body was shaking, and I remember being unable to dial 911 while still on the phone because…,” she explained.

I was trying to call 911, but I was shaking so badly that I couldn’t even get my thumbs to press the buttons.

“However, I was trying to relax so I could do it.”

Then I finally pressed the button, and they responded.

I’d never talked to anyone on the phone before.”

On February 22, 2019, David, now 60, and Louise, 53, were sentenced to life in prison on charges of child cruelty, false imprisonment, and torture.

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