Twins Escape Handcuffed From Abusive Texas Home [SHOCKING VIDEO]
Horrible story coming out of Cypress, Texas this week and it only gets worse the more you watch.
Around 5:30 in the morning, a woman was woken up to the sound of someone ringing her doorbell. Two teenagers were at her front door in handcuffs saying they just escaped their abusive home in the neighborhood and needed to call 911. The woman has chosen to stay anonymous and she let the teens come inside. She offered them some food since they said they had not eaten in a week.
The story from these kids only gets worse. The two were apparently trapped in a laundry room in the house and did not have much room to move. Their joints had become stiff from lack of movement for days. The two also had endured more abuse from their mother and her boyfriend. According to their statement, they were forced to drink bleach, oven cleaner was sprayed into their mouths, they were routinely beaten, and also burned.
Police arrived and took the kids statements. The twins didn't know much about the neighborhood since they had just gotten into the house from Louisiana. Cypress police were able to locate the house the twins fled from. Zaikiya Duncan, and her boyfriend, Jova Terrell were both charged with injury to a child.
Texas Child Protective Services has no record on these two, however Louisiana Child Protective Services does have a record of previous abuse on them. The children are now in the custody of Child Protective Services.