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Sister Of House Of Horrors Mom Admits She Was Banned From Talking To Nieces & Nephews

Jan. 17 2018, Updated 10:50 a.m. ET

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New details have emerged on the shocking House of Horrors case, as a Turpin family member has finally decided to speak out.

According to a report, Elizabeth Jane Flores, – the sister of Louise Anna Turpin – always knew the woman had odd parenting skills. Despite not having seen Louise in 19 years, Elizabeth claimed she often called her on the phone, but was never allowed to speak to her nieces and nephews.

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Something didn't seem right about her parenting but never would I have expected it to be like this,' she told reporters. "They wouldn't let anyone visit and we didn't know their address…We would talk on the phone from time to time, but every time I would ask to talk to her kids, she wouldn't let me."

Elizabeth also claimed that her parents tried to go visit the Turpins, but Louise, 49, and David Allen Turpin, 57, never disclosed where they lived.

"My parents booked several flights to go see them but when they got there they wouldn't tell them where to go and my parents left crying every time," said Elizabeth. "They died before they got to see them again."

"It's just heartbreaking and I'm so embarrassed about all of this," she added.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Louise Turpin and David Turpin were arrested and charged with torture and child endangerment after their 17-year-old daughter managed to escape and call 911. They are each being held on $9 million bail.

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