Mother of 14, also dubbed "Octomom", is under investigation for child neglect case after a complaint was lodged against her.
It seems that "Octomom" Nadya Suleman can't run the house and take care of her 14 children, as recently, a complaint was lodged against her by her own hairdresser. After her hairdresser visited her house, she came back and called the police to inform them of the state of affairs at Nadya Suleman's La Habra, Calif., house. Then on Tuesday, cops and social workers paid Nadya Suleman a visit at her house and after investigating, they came to the conclusion that for the time being, there was no need for any action.
Nadya Suleman became famous when she delivered octuplets in January 2009. At that time, she was unemployed and already a mother of six children, who were 2- to 7-year-old. She underwent in-vitro fertilization treatment to conceive the octuplets, a decision which she later regretted. After raising them for a year, she appeared in a TV interview and said that she highly regretted the decision to undergo fertilization treatment when already she was a mother of six children. She said that she probably wasn't in the right state of her mind when she made that decision. Even her doctor, who carried out the treatment, later regretted planting in her 12 embryos, which later resulted in the birth of eight children. Out of the eight children, six were boys and two were girls. Now these octuplets, who are around three-year-old, hold the title of longest-living octuplets.
The photos of Nadya Suleman's La Habra, Calif., taken recently, show that it is in a very bad state. There are piles of clothes lying on the floor, furniture items placed randomly and children running everywhere, unattended.
The hairdresser also reported that Suleman's children were in desperate need of help, as they were shivering and not even properly clothed. The hairdresser told reporters that Suleman got a Brazilian blowout and other hair-care services for a total amount of $520, even though she is living on food-stamps.
The "Octomom" has also been having financial troubles. When the octuplets were born, Nadya Suleman was quite adamant that she would not live on aid, but due to her conditions, she had to make use of government assistance. The "Octomom" still receives around $2,000 per month for child care services. However, despite this assistance, she faces financial troubles and even had to strip down for a British magazine in order to earn money to pay her rent.