Octomom Nadya Suleman Says Child Protective Services "Supports" Her Stripping and Porning
Ah, the things that come out of Octomom Nadya Suleman's reconstructed mouth.
Having recently portrayed herself as mother of the year for having the gumption to get herself off welfare by stripping and making a self-love porno, La Habra's unemployed single mother of 14 is now outing a co-conspirator in her adult-entertaining strategy: Orange County Child Protective Services (CPS).
"They're on my side-they're supporters," Natalie reportedly told a Fox News interviewer, who was obviously cleansing the palate before returning to the regularly scheduled Obama bashing. "It's ironic. Once I talked with a CPS worker in regards to the adult stuff, she was like, 'Are you really doing that?' Well, it's not illegal. More power to you!' So it was almost like a green light-like, 'Do what you need to do to take care of your family.' They were supportive. It was funny."
Surely the moralistas on the Orange County Board of Supervisors, who never met a welfare benefit they wouldn't cut or make more difficult to obtain, would agree--outside the ears of their prop pastor, of course.
Speaking of county gubment, Terry Lynn Fisher, public information officer with the Orange County Social Services Agency that includes CPS under its wing, cannot address specific aid recipients or circumstances. So, she released a vague statement to Fox, on the next page . . .
The Social Services Agency makes every effort to help children be safe in their own homes with their own families whenever possible. The law allows a wide latitude in parenting styles and in parenting vocations. I don't think that anybody would ever want it any other way. So as long as children remain free from harm or danger, where there's no imminent risk of harm or danger to the child, then the Social Services Agency would not become involved.
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