Octomom Going on Welfare: Report
Nothing is panning out financially forNadya Suleman
, so La Habra's single mother of 14 is going on welfare, reports the foremost all-Octomom, all-the-time news site.
"Nadya is running out of money very quickly," a source close to the in-vitro baby-making machine tells RadarOnline.com. "She's still hoping to pull off a deal that will pay her a fortune but at this point it just doesn't seem possible."
Hmm, maybe someone shoulda held off on that plastic surgery, no?
Suleman is no longer receiving piles of cash for tabloid covers, publishers aren't pick up the book she wrote, her reality show did not pan out, her merchandising of the Octomom name has not paid dividends and not even the foreign press is showing up to interview her any more.
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As she did before her attorney bought her house to stave off eviction, she's fallen behind on mortgage payments for the La Habra house providing a roof over 15 heads, Radar also reports.
"Nadya has nannies and huge expenses raising 14 children," the site quotes its source as saying. "She needs a lot of money just to keep up with the basics. And now the income has dried up and she didn't make enough in the past year and a half to live off of it. That money is gone and now she's facing desperate times."
It kinda makes you feel sorry for her. Kinda.
Or, there is the view of dlisted.com: "Because of all of this, Octo's checking account is as bruised and battered as her uterus."
Radar reports that Suleman does not want to admit to her family that she is seeking public assistance, so--sssssshhhh!!!--don't tell them!
Ah, well, at least she knows the drill, as Radar reveals she's been on welfare before.
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