It has been a crazy couple years for Nadya Suleman. Coined Octomom after she gave birth to 8 babies in 2009, the single mom has struggled to make ends meet since her brood was released from the hospital. Now, it appears she is dealing with an addiction to Xanax.
Octomom, Nadya Suleman is back in the news after reports have surfaced that her 14 children are living in filthy conditions.
On January 27, 2009 Nadya Suleman became a media sensation when she welcomed only the second ever set of surviving octuplets. Quickly, however, the media turned on her when it was revealed that she was a single mom who already had 6 children at home.
The new year is not looking to be very prosperous for Nadya Suleman. The ‘Octomom’, who became famous in January 2009 after giving birth to a set of Octuplets, is facing eviction from her La Habre, California home if she can’t come up with $450,000 before the end of the year.
Armed with a nanny, Nadya Suleman packed up 7 of her octuplets and 2 of her older kids this afternoon and headed to the park. The efficient mom showed she could multitask by pushing the stroller and pulling the wagon – up hill!
It’s hard to believe that Nadya Suleman’s Octuplets were born a ago!
On that day the eight babies arrived at an amazing 31 weeks gestation by Caesarean section over a five-minute period, stunning a 46-member medical team that was expecting only seven babies.
It’s official! Nadya Suleman and her 14 children will be coming to a TV near you!
After weeks of meetings and negotiations, Nadya’s attorney Jeff Czech confirmed that the busy mom signed a deal Thursday night to star in her own reality series.
Gloria Allred has filed a petition in Orange County Superior Court seeking a guardian to protect the financial interest of Nadya Suleman’s octuplets.
It is being reported Nadya Suleman has accepted the invitation of Angels in Waiting, to provide around-the-clock care once the babies are brought home over the next few weeks.