14 siblings. 7-month to 19 years old rescued from horrifying Sydney house.

14 Siblings. 7-Month to 19 years Old Rescued From Horrifying Sydney House.

Police have rescued 14 siblings, including a baby, from a 'house of horrors' where they were allegedly tortured, beaten, and fed pet food at the hands of their parents. The children were removed from a house in suburban Sydney after the two eldest daughters, aged in their late teens, secretly recorded the alleged abuse, and emailed their school requesting a welfare check.

Police have rescued 14 siblings, including a baby, from a 'house of horrors' where they were allegedly tortured, beaten, and fed pet food at the hands of their parents."

The children were removed from a house in suburban Sydney after the two eldest daughters, aged in their late teens, secretly recorded the alleged abuse, and emailed their school requesting a welfare check.

The police say the parents didn't let the children go to school and kept them locked up at home. If the kids didn't do what their parents wanted or said something wrong, they were hit and hurt.

House of Horror': Parents in Australia's Sydney arrested for 'torturing'  their 14 kids

The older sister, who was 18, said they couldn't talk without permission, had no friends, no internet, no nice clothes, no jobs, and no chance to study.

The kids also had to do chores and religious study every day. Their mom, who became a Muslim when she was older, would tell their dad about any "bad" things they did, and he would punish them.

One of the sisters said her dad got her a pet cat and then hurt it in front of her as a punishment. This was very upsetting.

Another sister said her parents emotionally hurt her, and she tried hard to make them happy to avoid the bad stuff.

The two older sisters decided to act when they saw their younger brother suffering and were worried, he might harm himself because of the abuse.

They secretly used their iPads to gather information about child abuse and took pictures of the bad things happening, especially when their younger siblings were being hurt.

14 siblings. 7-month to 19 years old rescued from horrifying Sydney house.

When one of the children was being hurt, one of the older sisters emailed the school for help. The police came to the house when the father was not there and talked to the kids who could speak.

The kids shared a lot of information with the police, which helped build a case against their parents. The officers noticed that the children had almost nothing they needed, like bedsheets, pillows, or blankets.

The eldest sister was scared but felt better when she saw the police come into their home. She comforted her sister when their mom was taken away. Giving a statement to the police was a relief for one of the girls because she could finally tell the truth in a safe place.

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One of the female officers who was there from the beginning told the children their parents wouldn't be coming back. The police had to teach the kids basic things like how to shop for groceries and manage money.

The older sisters took on the role of parents and wanted some help to have their own lives too. They wanted a break, like a nanny, to assist them while they focused on their own dreams.

The NSW Police Commissioner praised the officers for their dedication and care for the family. Right now, the parents are facing legal consequences for what they did.

2 comments

Emz

Emz

Those poor kids alhumdulilah they are getting the help they truly deserve

Those poor kids alhumdulilah they are getting the help they truly deserve

Undercovercb

Undercovercb

Man those parents should be excited not put in jail, man the old days was mutch better

Man those parents should be excited not put in jail, man the old days was mutch better

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