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‘Home of Horrors’ Jordan Turpin Dances With Charli D’Amelio On TikTok – Hollywood Life

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Jordan Turpin, 21, the survivor and whistleblower of a infamous California ‘Home of Horrors,’ and TikTok dancer Charli D’Amelio, 17, teamed up for a denim-clad dance video to the beat of Kesha’s “Cannibal” that the duo posted to the social media platform on April 20. The 2 TikTok sensations regarded related, each carrying denims, black sweaters, and sneakers, and each smiling all through the upbeat video and catchy choreography. “Hey I had a lot enjoyable with you right now thanks @charlidamelio,” Turpin wrote alongside the video, together with a number of purple and white coronary heart emojis.


Hey I had a lot enjoyable with you right now thanks @charlidamelio 🤍💜🤍

♬ Cannibal by Kesha – rapidsongs

Whereas Charli is thought for having almost 140 million followers on the platform, Jordan has additionally gained a large following of over 660,000 followers all her personal. Jordan was simply 17 years previous when she escaped from imprisonment in an especially abusive family and led police to her 12 siblings and oldsters — Louise and David Turpin starved and beat their youngsters recurrently. Jordan’s well-known 2018 escape and name to 911 from a deactivated cellular phone in the end freed all 13 youngsters from the “Home of Horrors” in Perris, California.

Now, clearly having fun with higher days alongside new associates like Charli, Jordan recurrently posts to her TikTok account with cute trend decisions, brief dance clips, and different tidbits. In a November 2021 TV interview, Jordan opened up in regards to the harrowing expertise that led her mother and father to 14 felony convictions, together with torture and false imprisonment. Jordan now says she hopes to turn out to be a motivational speaker.


Charli D'Amelio in Los Angeles
Charli D’Amelio arrives on the Nickelodeon Youngsters’ Selection Awards in Santa Monica, Los Angeles on April 9, 2022. (Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock)

“My complete life has been so arduous for me to know why every part has occurred, but when I can use that to make a distinction on this planet, then I believe it may possibly heal me,” she stated within the interview alongside her sister, Jennifer Turpin, on Good Morning America. “I believe everybody’s positively in a greater place proper now,” she continued. “I do know me, personally, I’ve a number of therapeutic to do from the final dwelling I used to be in. I really feel like there was a number of injury carried out, and it’s simply been actually arduous, however I believe issues are going to begin getting higher proper now. We simply need to have religion.”







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