Monster mom Louise Turpin broke down behind bars, crying to her sister Elizabeth Flores about how much she "misses" her 12 children she shackled to beds in their house of horrors. Elizabeth went to visit the evil parent and she spilled all to RadarOnline.com about the secret jailhouse interview. Louise's sister revealed to Radar the criminal mother often cries when the kids come up in conversation. "We talked about the baby," Elizabeth began. "She told me how she would turn 3 in two weeks and she started to cry because she was upset she wouldn't be there." Click through for more!
"I can't believe its been a year," Louise cried to Elizabeth as she rotted in prison, adding how horribly she missed her children.
Elizabeth told Radar exclusively she believes her sinister sister is still in denial about the torture her and husband David put their innocent kids through, recalling Louise "didn't want to admit anything" but wished she had someone to vent to.
"I wish I could explain to you what happened," Elizabeth claims Louise said to her during a jail visit. "I wish I could share it with you, but I just can't because I don't want to get in trouble with my lawyer."
As readers know, the Turpin parents pleaded guilty on Friday, Feb. 22 to multiple counts of abuse and torture.
The twisted parents have a total of 13 children. They face maximum sentences of life in prison with the possibility of parole and lifetime probation.
As Radar reported, 12 of the couple’s 13 kids were found severely malnourished after one of the teenage daughters escaped the Perris, Calif. home and called police.
The troubled parents shackled their children to beds using chains and padlocks and rarely allowed them to bathe.
The children have since been released from the hospital in which they were nursed back to health and are said to be “living in a loving California home.”
The Turpins are scheduled to be sentenced on April 19.
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