Jordan Turpin: 5 unknown facts about influencer who spent her childhood imprisoned inside home
Jordan Turpin who managed to survive the 'House of Horrors' is still struggling to adjust to her normal life five years after her daring escape from darkness and captivity. Imagine spending years being imprisoned in a house until you are finally able to leave at the age of 17. Currently, a 22-year-old who spent her whole life chained to her Perris, California home with her 12 siblings is attempting to come to terms with the trauma she endured as a youngster.
Jordan’s parents, David and Louise Turpin, would reportedly fasten their children with iron chains to their beds, starve and beat them, and only allowed them one shower a year. The outside world was only a fantasy to the Turpin children until Jordon escaped from the house at the age of 17, on January 14, 2018. But where is she now? Let's see some unknown facts about Turpin.
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5 unknown facts about Jordon Turpin
Worked at Taco Bell
She started working at Taco Bell and taking classes at a community college after her parents were given a life sentence for their cruelty and abuse towards their children.
Rise on TikTok
It was during a pandemic, when Turpin, like many people were stuck indoors, and thought of turning to TikTok to connect with others, despite having little understanding of how social media was operated. However, she soon became a star on the app, garnering thousands of followers. All thanks to her super cute dance videos and life updates she keeps on posting.
She is a cynophile
In an interview, Jordan said that she hopes to have a family of her own one day, she wants three children and 10 dogs but however, but for now, she just wants to focus on herself, as per Today. Currently, she’s enjoying being a mother to two Pomeranians.
Graced the pages of Elle USA
Now 22, Jordan is a model gracing the pages of Elle USA magazine. “Sometimes it doesn’t feel real, I just feel so blessed to be free and to be able to try new things," she said as per Today.
Wants to become a writer and motivational speaker
Jordan aspires to write books and is interested in becoming a motivational speaker. She claims that in addition to speaking out, she wants to help fix the "broken" foster care system.