The 911 call from the daughter of the California parents that kept their 12 of their 13 children in a house of horrors has been released to the public in chilling detail. The call was made by Louise and David Turpin’s 17-year-old daughter that escaped from the home and called the authorities for help.

Louise and David were charged with abuse and torture for the beating, shackling, and starvation of their children, which went on in the home for years. The Turpins pleaded guilty in February to multiple felony charges, including child cruelty, torture, and false imprisonment, and could serve life sentences with parole eligibility in 25 years when sentenced.

The 911 call was used in court to convict the parents, who will be sentenced on Friday. A plea deal was reached in the case, which will prevent the children from having to testify against their parents.

In the call obtained by ABC News, the daughter can be heard telling the dispatcher “My parents are abusive. My two little sisters right now are chained up … they’re chained up to their bed.

“I live in a family of 15 people and our parents are abusive.

“We live in filth. Sometimes I wake up and can’t breathe because of how dirty the house is.”

The 17-year-old daughter fled the home through a window of the Perris, California home, according to the 911 call. When asked by the 911 dispatcher where she lived, she did not know but read the address from a piece of paper she had with her at the time.

“I haven’t been out. I don’t go out much. I don’t know anything about the streets or anything.”

Other questions were just as difficult for the girl as she said in the call, “I don’t know what medication is. We don’t really do schools. I haven’t finished first grade and I am 17.”

At the time that the police arrived at the Turpin home, they found some of the children chained to their beds, which the daughter told the 911 dispatcher, “Our parents don’t let us move out. Some of us have asked for jobs and they said that would never happen.”

According to officers, the abuse and torture the children suffered dated back to at least 2010. At this time the Turpins lived in Texas and had then moved to California, People reported. The children were allegedly not allowed to shower, except for once a year, and they had never been to a dentist, according to prosecutors in the case.

“This is among the worst, most aggravated child abuse cases I have ever seen,” Mike Hestrin, the Riverside County, California, district attorney said at a press conference.

Turpin parents David and Louise Turpin are pictured in police mug shots after their January 14, 2018, arrest date.