(Seattle, WA) -- New details are coming to light regarding allegations of abuse in the Hart family, whose vehicle crashed off a California cliff and into the ocean late last month. KATU-TV reports that an intake report from Washington state's Child Protective Services details claims from the family's neighbors that two of the children asked them for help several times in the days leading up to the crash. The documents filed March 23rd state that 15-year-old Devonte Hart asked his neighbor in Woodland for food multiple times a day for about a week in mid-March. Devonte allegedly told the neighbor that his parents punished him and his siblings by denying them food for entire days at a time. And last year, 16-year-old Hannah Hart allegedly jumped from her second-story window and ran to her neighbors' home, claiming that both her moms were racist and were abusing her and whipping her with belts. The teen was also reportedly missing her two front teeth.