Katy Brantley invited a Channel 9 news crew inside her Rock Hill home on Monday.
"There's nothing wrong with my house," she said as she walked our cameraman through the two bedroom brick house on McKinnon Drive.
The house was mostly empty, with almost no furniture inside.
"I'm trying to move," Brantley said. "I have nothing to hide at all," she said.
However, on Saturday Brantley was arrested and charged with two counts of unlawful conduct toward a child. Rock Hill police said her house looked much different then.
On Saturday, Brantley's 4-year-old daughter was playing with her cellphone and accidentally dialed 911, then hung up. When police arrived to investigate the 911 call, Brantley let them inside.
According to the report, Rock Hill police found the home reeking of cat and dog urine and feces. There were piles of feces all over the carpet -- food, trash and clothing on the floor, and rotting food in the kitchen. The sink was full of dishes, and moldy standing water. A cat litter box was overflowing.
In another room officers found a young child sleeping on the floor under a blanket with no bed in the room.
Police gave Channel 9 the pictures they took inside the house on Saturday. Those photos show the mess inside and the child asleep on the floor.
Brantley was taken to jail. Her two children were taken into DSS custody.
On Monday, other than a badly stained carpet, a Channel 9 camera found the house mostly clean and nearly empty. There was no trash, no animal waste on the floor, and the only odor was of fresh paint.
Brantley maintains that the house was not in the shape the police claim it was.
"All it needed was a bit of vacuuming, and maybe the dishes done, but that's it," she said. "I'm in the process of moving. I'm in the process of painting my house and trying to put a new carpet in."
Brantley's mother Lisa told Channel 9 that officers should've given her daughter a chance to explain what was going on at the home.
"She had no options. The children were taken right then, and she was taken away," she said.
Rock Hill police described the condition of the home as "deplorable" and said it presented a risk to the health and safety of the children.
Brantley was released from jail on a $5,000 bond. She told Channel 9 she plans to get her children back as soon as she can.