NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Octomom Nadya Suleman and 14 Kids May Be Moving Back or Have Already Returned to OC
Octomom Nadya Suleman stopped making payments for her house and moved out with her 14 in-vitro'd children in the middle of the night. You did not just read an old sentence from when Natalie ceased making mortgage payments in La Habra before relocating in Palmdale. No, to our unending horror, yucky mummy reportedly failed to pay rent in Palmdale before midnight moving elsewhere. Possibly OC!
One close Octo-watcher--concerned more about the children than nut job--believes the brood has landed in a home owned by a friend in the Orange area. That would be close to where Nads went to rehab while still living in Palmdale.
Wherever she has gone, she left a mess behind in Palmdale, just as she did in La Palma, reports RadarOnline, which posted a slideshow to prove it. Shown in the "den of filth" are piles of trash, scattered toilet paper, broken blinds, empty booze bottles and cans, toys and clothes left behind, graffiti on the walls and even a half eaten pizza, which was perhaps could not be finished due to the unmistakable stench of urine that still lingers.
Who's ready for supper!
Suleman is reported to have missed her April rent payment and, the night of the same day she received a notice to pay up or quit her lease, her furniture and signs of non-maggot-infestation life disappeared. Speaking of disappeared, what happened to that LA County welfare fraud investigation over whether Octo earned too much to qualify for the government assistance she was receiving on behalf of her kids? Given the LA County budget these days, any wrongdoing is probably as (un)enforceable as a jury-duty notice.
Let us pray the gossip mongers and Octo-observers have it all wrong this time, or at least the part about an Octo-return to Orange County. Otherwise, it's going to be a long, dark summer.
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