Amy Duggar

‘House of Horrors’ UPDATE: Amy Duggar says she wants to adopt 13 tortured Turpin children

Reality Star Amy Duggar has expressed interest in adopting the 13 California siblings allegedly tortured by their parents.

Amy, the niece of 19 Kids and Counting stars, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, took to Twitter Tuesday and said that she had messaged her husband about adopting the 13 children allegedly found starved in a Perris, California, home earlier this month.

“I would love to show them true love and have a beautiful life and provide a secure and stable home for them,” she tweeted.

“God can restore what the devil has stolen.”

The reality star’s tweets come days after the children’s uncle reportedly said he would be interested in adopting the Turpin siblings. A source told CBS News that Dr. Randy Turpin, a faith healer and megachurch preacher, intends on keeping the 13 siblings as a family. But before this can happen, officials want to talk to him to ascertain whether he was aware of the alleged abuse that transpired, the source said.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Riverside County police arrested David and Louise Turpin on January 15 after their 17-year-old daughter reportedly escaped their Perris home through a window and called police using a deactivated cell phone.

Authorities have accused the parents of withholding food, limiting the children’s use of the bathroom, and allowing them to shower only once a year. Authorities reportedly said the Turpin children, who range in age from 2 to 29, have suffered physical and cognitive impairments due to the years of neglect.

David and Louise have pleaded not guilty to various charges, including torture, abuse of a dependent adult, child abuse, and false imprisonment. David is also accused of committing a lewd act on a child under 14 by force or fear.

They are each being jailed on $12 million bail.

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