The 17-year-old girl who escaped the California “house of horrors” and alerted authorities of the alleged abuse at the hands of her parents reportedly uploaded videos on YouTube under an alias describing her harsh home life.
The daughter of Louise Anna and David Allen Turpin detailed the harsh living conditions by singing what appeared to be her own written songs, ABC 7 reported.
"You blame me for everything, you blame me in every way, you blame me for what they say, what they say," one of the songs went.
She also posted videos of her interacting with two Maltese-mix breeds. The dogs and the youngest of the Turpin children were the only ones who did not appear to suffer from malnutrition, police have said.
The videos also captured dirt on the walls and clothes piled on the floor.
“Good Morning America” reported the girl also appeared to have had an Instagram account. The accounts contains selfies of the teen and pictures of pop star Justin Bieber.
The teen’s most recent video was reportedly uploaded seven days before she escaped her home in Perris, California, in January -- the location that held her and her 12 siblings. When authorities probed the residence, they reported the home smelled of human waste. The oldest sibling weighed only 82 pounds. The children range in age from 2 to 29.
Authorities said the abuse was so long-running that the children's growth was stunted. They said the couple shackled the children to furniture as punishment and had them live a nocturnal lifestyle.
David and Louise Turpin are being held in prison each on $12 million bail. They face up to life in prison after being charged with torture and child abuse.
The case sparked national attention as details of the abuse came to light.
Prosecutors allege the children were subjected to “frequent beatings” and “even strangulation,” and weren’t allowed to be unshackled to go to the bathroom. They also allegedly were allowed to take only one shower a year.
The siblings also lacked common knowledge such as knowing what medication was or who a police officer is.
Last week, Jack Osborn, whose law firm is representing the seven adult Turpin children are enjoying popular movies, food and modern technology. On Friday, star cellist Yo-Yo Ma performed an exclusive concert for the siblings, People reported.
Fox News’ Greg Norman and the Associated Press contributed to this report.