Octomom Nadya Suleman Being Questioned For Possible Welfare Fraud

Octomom Nadya Suleman Being Questioned For Possible Welfare Fraud

An unnamed person made a complain that Octomom Nadya Suleman committed welfare fraud and now Octomom is in trouble.  Octomom better take the charges seriously because if she is convinced she could face as much as three years behind bars.  Who will take care of her children?

Octomom has 14 children so she is allowed to work and earn as much as $119,000 and still collect welfare.   Looks like it really pays to have 14 mouths to feed.  The problem is she earned a lot more than that.  A source close to Octomom revealed,  “I can confirm that the authorities have been in contact with us concerning her income and we have been cooperating.”

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The Octomom Files For Bankruptcy

The Octomom Files For Bankruptcy

Times are tough for Nadya Suleman – better known as the Octomom. The single mother has been struggling financially for some time to raise her 14 kids. In March she went on welfare. Now she’s filed for bankruptcy.

The 36 year old made headlines around the world in January 2009 when she gave birth to Octuplets. She already had 6 kids. After three years of doing it tough she’s filed bankruptcy papers in the Federal Court listing her assets at just $50,000. It’s not known how much she owes. She says ‘I have had to make some very difficult decisions the year and filing Chapter 7 was one of them. But I have to do what is best for my children and I need a fresh start.’

Nadya has made a lot of controversial decisions when it comes to paying the bills. She recently stripped off for a British magazine. The gig paid a much needed $8,000. At the time Nadya told Closer ‘I have to do what I have to do to take care of my family, and I’m not ashamed. I’m not ashamed at all … I’ve never sacrificed my morals and values.’ The Mom also told HLN If it’s a job, and it’s a well-paying job, and it’s going to allow me to get out of here and move in a very safe, huge home that they deserve, I’m going to do it.

The move to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy – the most serious form of bankruptcy – will draw a mixed reaction from the public. When she admitted to going on welfare there was a massive backlash. She was subjected to death threats and her Californian home was defaced.