First she was the victim of death threats and an alleged vandalism attack, now Nadya Suleman is back making headlines after photos surfaced of her family living in “squalor”.
Today, Nadya aka Octomom, claimed in an interview with “Good Morning America” that she was “set up”
“We were set up,” the controversial mother of 14 children said. “I think maybe me and my kids were set up.”
The photos were provided to TMZ by Suleman’s hairdresser, who claimed to TMZ that Suleman kept her children locked in a room and forced her toddlers to use training toilets outside the home.
“She thought it was unacceptable that they’re, you know, half-naked, goin’ potty,” Suleman said, referring to her 3-year-old octuplets. “I mean, moms out there, come on.”
The photos prompted police and California child welfare officials to visit the family’s Southern California home on Tuesday to investigate, but they found nothing to raise alarm bells.
“They didn’t discover any mistreatment so no further action was taken,” Cindy Knapp with the La Habra Police Department told ABC News.
The 37-year-old, who relies on welfare handouts, also addressed the issue of the $520 that she supposedly spent on a Brazilian blow-out and haircut for herself.
“That’s not fair,”she squealed.
She insists that the $520 was spent on 15 haircuts in total, not just the single haircut the hairdresser claimed, and said her days of welfare will soon be a thing of the past,
“It’s almost over. This is our last month on help. I am making money…I have jobs.”
However, she may need to rethink that notion based on new reports that her home is set to be auctioned off on Monday.
During a radio interview with popular Los Angeles talk show hosts Jon & Ken of KFI AM 640, Amir Haddadin, who loaned Nadya the money to buy the 2800 square foot house, revealed that the bank notified him the house was going to be auctioned off on Monday. “Yes, I just found out a few hours ago, the bank (Indy Mac) is going to auction off the house on Monday…. I offered a week ago to have her give me the deed back, and she could rent the house from me, and she wouldn’t have to be evicted. I talked to her dad, but he never got back to me.” Haddadin says Nadya stopped making payments to him months ago, and owes him thousands of dollars
So the most obvious questions is: Where is the $2,000 a month she receives from welfare, really going?