The teenage girl who escaped her parents' "house of horrors" and raised the alarm for her and her siblings to be saved had a secret YouTube account.
The 17-year-old, who managed to flee the Perris home of her parents David and Louise Turpin, was allegedly held captive along with her 12 siblings.
The videos, released by the USA show Good Morning America (GMA), show the teenager singing mostly original songs to the camera, and according to GMA the most recent video was released just one week before she escaped via a window and alerted authorities, who rescued her remaining siblings. There was little sign that anything was amiss in the videos, as she performed her songs and occasionally played with a family dog.
"Inside Edition" also reported on the story, showing several clips from the channel with the girl's face and identity concealed, as she is a minor.
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She also had an Instagram page under another name that featured selfies, photos of animals and images of singer Justin Bieber, ABC reported.
At the time, she was praised for her courage.
Prosecutors will allege the Turpins used ropes to tie up their children for many years, including hog-tying one child, before beginning to use chains and padlocks after one child escaped.
David and Louise Turpin are being held in prison each on $12 million bail.
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In the videos, the 17-year-old appears clean, often wearing bright red lipstick with bows in her hair.
Since then, the siblings have been recovering privately.
All the children except for the youngest, a toddler, were severely malnourished, prosecutors said.
Mark Uffer, chief executive of Corona Regional Medical Centre, had said they had been "through a traumatic ordeal" but were "very friendly and very co-operative". The parents, David and Louise Turpin, registered the home as a private school, which is how they kept the children from entering public school.
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Louise and David Turpin were arrested in the torture and child endangerment case in Perris, Calif.