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Three teenage brothers who developed a 'narcissistic cult' mentality and believed there was no point leaving home, socialising, or going to school, should leave their mother’s care, a High Court judge has concluded.
They 'saw themselves as intellectually superior and separate to the rest of the world' after forming their 'group identity', psychotherapists told Mr Justice Hayden.
Boys - 'language - Judge - Heard
Two of the boys spoke to each other in a 'language they had devised', the judge heard.
Detail of the case has emerged in a ruling by Mr Justice Hayden after a private hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.
Judge - Family
The judge said the family involved could not be identified.
He said social services bosses at Wandsworth Council in London had responsibility for the boys’ welfare and had asked him to make decisions about their futures.
Workers - Children - Harm - Food - Lack
Social workers said the children had suffered neglect plus physical and emotional harm due to stress, inadequate food and a lack of medical provision.
They said the boys had not had 'appropriate' exercise and outdoor activity.
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