16-year-old twins who made headlines this week after managing to escape their mother’s, Zaikiya Duncan, home in Cypress, Texas, have detailed the horrific abuse they endured in newly-obtained court documents KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, October 21, 2022

16-year-old twins who made headlines this week after managing to escape their mother’s, Zaikiya Duncan, home in Cypress, Texas, have detailed the horrific abuse they endured in newly-obtained court documents

The 16-year-old twins who made headlines this week after managing to escape their mother’s home in Cypress, Texas, have detailed the horrific abuse they endured in newly-obtained court documents. 

Zaikiya Duncan and her boyfriend, Jova Terrell, were arrested on Tuesday and are facing a heap of child abuse charges after her twins — whose identities have been redacted — pled for help from neighbors as they fled from their abusive household.

KHOU 11 obtained the documents, where the boy and girl revealed how Duncan — a mother of seven children — would regularly pour bleach in their mouths and on their private parts until it burned while forcing them to drink cleaning products if she felt they had “talked too much.” The teens said they were given Benadryl tablets until one of them suffered a serious seizure, with Duncan often using extension cords and curtain rods to violently beat them.

Furthermore, her kids were said to have survived on bologna sandwiches with mustard, which was only served a few times a week, and made her children defecate on themselves before instructing them to use a dirty mop to clean themselves. Duncan and Terrell, who fled to Louisiana with the five other children, were arrested on Tuesday. A Louisiana judge has ordered for both adults to be extradited back to Texas within 30 days where they are expected to face court again.

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