House of horrors mom had her husband drive her to Alabama to have sex with a man she met online, her sister reveals
Teresa Robinette, the younger sister of California ‘house of horrors’ mom Louise Turpin, appeared on Megyn Kelly Today on Monday
Robinette revealed a her sister and her husband had switched into swingers late in life, based on conversation she had with her sister, around 2009 
She says her sister called her up and told her about how her husband, David, was driving her to Alabama to have sex with a man she met online
Then a year later Teresa claims, Louise allegedly told her David was driving her back to Alabama so they could have sex together in the same hotel room 
‘It was a very weird thing to me, that I would never do,’ Robinette said of the consensual affair  
They are ‘dead to me,’ Robinette says of her sister and brother-in-law, after their arrest and arraignment, but she hopes to have a relationship with their children
Louise Turpin 3.pngSwinger: California ‘house of horrors’ mother Louise Turpin, stepped outside her marriage with husband’s permission

Shocking details are being released about the sex lives of California ‘house of horrors’ couple David and Louise Turpin.
The mother in the ‘horror house’, Louise Turpin, 49, went through a spiritual and sexual awakening around the time of her 40th birthday, and she was all too eager to share it with her sister Teresa Robinette, the sibling revealed on NBC’s “Megyn Kelly Today’ show.
Louise and her husband David Turpin, 57, were arrested a little more than a week ago after one of their 17-year-old daughter escaped from ‘incarceration’  at family’s home in  Perris, California and called police to report that she and her siblings were being held against their will.
Police raided the home and found the couple hastily untying several of the children, who were shackled to beds.
Between them, the couple have pled not guilty to nearly 78 counts including torture, false imprisonment, abuse on a dependent, and child abuse. David faces an additional charge of a lewd act on a child under 14.
The charges came as a shock to Louise’s sister, Teresa Robinette, who appeared on Megyn Kelly Today on Monday to discuss the case.
She said she had no idea the children were being treated like prisoners in their own home.
However Robinette said,  she did know that her sister and brother-in-law had begun to engage in what she considered deviant sexual behavior.

Teresa Robinette3.jpgTeresa Robinette, [left], younger sister of California ‘house of horrors’ mother Louise Turpin, appeared on NBC’s Today show with Megyn Kelly  to discuss the case