Jordan Turpin has more 475,000 followers on TikTok, Where the 21-year-old posts unique dance videos and her biography reads: “I love helping others! I love to dance and write songs! ”
But there is nothing unique about the cheerful blonde.
She is one of 13 siblings who escaped the horrific home that locked her parents, David and Louis Turpin.
In 2018, Turpin, a 17-year-old daring man, escaped from her home in Perry, California, and called authorities, finding that she and her siblings were starving and in some cases shaken. Beds.
“I was telling them everything. We don’t go to school. We live in filth. We are hungry.
Her story of atrocities and torture on children terrified the public and her parents were sentenced to life behind bars.
But on social media, Turpin, who is excited about being reviewed by TickTalk this week, seems to be focusing on more positive findings.
“Hey guys, I want to pop in here very soon and thank you so much for all the love and all the support,” he said in the video. “Whoever has followed me or watched my videos, I admire you so much and I love you so much.”
Turpin has used it as a platform to advocate on behalf of her siblings, some of whom are still struggling and expressing gratitude to those who have contributed. JAYC Foundation, Which was founded by Jesse Dugard, who was abducted as a child and helps families who have suffered a crisis.
“I often look at my siblings, people ask me how my siblings are. I want to let you know, I see my siblings very often and I love them very much. We are not in the best of conditions right now but we have a way in our head and we have a way to get food and we are all very grateful for that, ”he said.
Jordan has thanked those sending its money directly through Venmo or Cash Op.
“Now I am able to give some good, good gifts to all my siblings this year and I am so happy and grateful that I can do it,” she said. “I hope I can help you and others as much as you help guys. It means so much to me. ”