Turns out Octomom Nadya Suleman's legal troubles may not have been over with her no contest plea to welfare fraud in July.
Orange's single, seldom-employed mother of 14 received two years probation and a small fine for receiving public assistance in 2012 from Los Angeles County despite having earned $144,000, including more than $100,000 from her masturbation video.
But Octo-cheater may not be done paying up. The Internal Revenue Service is reportedly investigating her for possibly failing to report at least some of her income.
TMZ gets the scoop on the IRS seeking payroll records from her work on Wicked Pictures' Octomom Home Alone.
On the bright side, any tax implications from the video will be less in 2013, as Octomom Home Alone reportedly earned Suleman only $8,000 last year. As TMZ put it, "Here's the thing … who needs to look a second time … seriously."