Six South Carolina children -- whose ages range from 1 to 10 years old -- were taken from their home after police discovered they were starving and living in absolute filth in a house that was infested with roaches, fleas, and practically taken over by real-life pigs.
Parents Jarrod Wiggins, 41, and Deanna Boubaries, 22, have been arrested and charged with six counts of child neglect each. Their horrific living situation was uncovered after staff members at a vacation Bible school camp, which the children were attending this summer, noticed they were covered with bug bite marks and devoured plates of food at mealtime. They reportedly told counselors they didn't get much to eat at home.
Police were called and welfare officials visited their home to investigate. Needless to say, they were likely horrified by the deplorable conditions these kids were forced to live in.