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Adult Turpin siblings released from hospital

A Perris couple’s adult children have been released from a hospital, following months of treatment.

The adult Turpin siblings were released from the Corona Regional Medical Center last Thursday, according to an attorney working for them.

They were rescued from what authorities are calling a western Riverside County prison home.

The attorney said the Turpins are now in a rural home and have been reunited with the family’s dogs.

Attorney Jack Osborn said, “Moving into new bedrooms where they have been able to pick out their own bedding have closets with their clothes in them and be able to have a bathroom they can use. And probably most of all just to go outside.”

The six younger children are split between two foster homes.

Their parents, David and Louise Turpin, have pleaded not guilty to torture and other charges.

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