New details released in court documents reveal why eleven children were removed from a home in Texas.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal has more on the conditions they were kept in:
Authorities removed 11 children ranging in age from five months to 11 years-old last month. Now we're learning why.
Documents show two two-year-olds were tied to a bed. A five-year-old was restrained to a dirty mattress. Another child had a black eye and a missing tooth.
Gwen Carter with the Department of Family and Protective Services explains where they are now.
(Carter) "They're in six different foster homes, they're doing well, three of the children who were not in school are in school, they've all been to the doctor and got medical care."
Ten adults were living in the home northeast of Houston, including a registered sex offender.
Carter says they are still trying to figure out the best long term situation for each child ahead of a court hearing next month.
Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio