The disgraced sister of Louise Turpin – the house of horrors mother – is speaking out about the family's sick sex secrets and troubled past. In an interview with Megyn Kelly, Teresa Robinette, detailed her sick sibling's strange sex life with husband David Turpin.
Teresa said that when Louise turned 40, she and David decided to leave the church and experience everything they had missed through their lives.
Louise, 49, allegedly once told Teresa that she was going to sleep with another man – with David's permission – while her older kids watched the younger ones at home. Exactly one year later, Louise and David, 56, went back to the hotel room where she met the other man, and slept there together.
"It was a very weird thing to me, that I would never do," Teresa said.
Teresa also claimed that while she knew about David and Louise's deviant sexual behavior, she did not know her nieces and nephews were being tortured. She told Megyn Kelly, 47, that she only met her sister's oldest child once in person, and saw the others via Skype a few times over the years.
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As RadarOnline.com readers know, Teresa's confession came after Louise's other sister, 41-year-old Elizabeth Flores, told all on their family's dark past. In a shocking memoir series, Elizabeth claimed she was verbally and physically abused by a close family member. She also said she watched her mother be "beaten and raped."
Teresa also spoke out about their family's troubled past, saying that both she and Louise were abused by the same family member. While she didn't reveal who that person was, she claimed it was someone they "should have loved and trusted" and who also abused their mother.
Speaking of Louise and David's arrest – after they reportedly tortured their thirteen children for years – Teresa Robinette stated that both her sister and brother-in-law were "dead" to her. She still does, however, hope to develop a relationship with the kids.
She told Megyn that she's even tried to fly out and see them, but authorities told her they are still recovering and need time to process the recent events.
"I hope that when they come out from where they're at now, our hope is that they're all – they can lead some sort of normal or happy existence," she admitted in her interview. "Obviously, they've never known happy, except maybe the older ones for a little while. My main hope is that I can put an arm around them and tell them that they have family that loves them, that's not deranged. This is what it's supposed to be like, you know?"
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