Multiple outlets report that Louise was seen crying as she listened to the recording.
'They are abusive,' the girl said. 'And two of my sisters are chained up.'
While answering the dispatchers questions, the girl revealed that her sisters and one of her brothers were chained to their beds.
'Our parents don’t let us move out,' the girl said. 'Some of us have asked for jobs and they said that would never happen.'
When asked about where she lived, the girl could not answer.
'I haven’t been out. I don’t go out much,' the girl said. 'I don’t know anything about the streets or anything.'
Of the alleged abuse they suffered, she told 911 her parents 'only chain us up if we do something we are not supposed to. I have never done anything I am not supposed to.'
The girl was also asked about the living conditions of their home.
'We live in filth,' she told the dispatcher, adding, 'Sometimes I wake up and can’t breathe because of how dirty the house is.'
'Sometimes I feel so dirty I wash my face and I wash my hair in the sink.'
Prosecutors allege the Turpins denied their kids food and only allowed them to take one shower a year.
Both David and Louise Turpin face 12 counts of torture, as well as 7 counts of abuse of a dependent adult, 9 counts of child abuse and 12 counts of false imprisonment.
The two remain in custody in lieu of $12 million bail each after pleading not guilty.