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12 siblings have been found 'shackled' at their home in Perris, California

12 siblings have been found 'shackled' at their home in Perris, Californiaā€¯

They lived there quietly for at least three years and had another baby.

Authorities interviewed the children and provided them with food and drink.

When Perris police and deputies with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department arrived, officers noted that the 17-year-old looked as if she were only 10 years-old and was slightly emaciated. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department announced charges in a statement. The parents were reportedly charged with torture and child endangerment, and held on $9 million bail each. The Turpins are due in court on Thursday. Each of the parents has been charged with nine counts of torture and 10 counts of child endangerment.

Child Protective Services in Texas has no history of investigations involving the Turnpins and their children, CPS spokeswoman Marissa Gonzales said Tuesday.

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"They were very protective of the kids", she said. They ranged in age from 2-29, and appeared malnourished, police said. Several photos appeared to be taken at a wedding ceremony.

Just like all of their family photos, the children are pictured wearing matching outfits. Capt Fellows called it torture.

"The conditions were horrific", he said.

Early Sunday, a 17-year-old girl fled a residence in the 100 Block of Muir Woods Road, managing to grab a cellphone in the process, according to a Riverside County Sheriff's Department press release via Monday.

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Police said six of the couple's children were minors, while the other seven were over 18.

"They were very pale-skinned, nearly like they'd never seen the sun", one neighbor told ABC News, noting she would sometimes see some children working on the lawn together. "Under current California law, the CDE does not approve, monitor, inspect, or oversee private schools". "Like they had never seen people before". Authorities said many of them appeared far younger than their actual age because of poor nutrition. The school opened in 2011, according to the directory. Louise Turpin was registered as a homemaker.

She said the children froze, as if by doing so they could become invisible. "It was never, 'Hi.' Never a wave".

David Turpin's parents, James and Betty Turpin, of West Virginia, told ABC News that they were "surprised and shocked" at the allegations because their son and daughter-in-law were "a good Christian family" who home-schooled the children.

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"You have to imagine that these kids are going to need a lot of support".



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