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'Octomom' may go on welfare to make ends meet

September 18, 2010 12:00:00 AM PDT
"Octomom" Nadya Suleman could soon be out of a home and her lawyer says she's considering going on welfare to make ends meet. The Orange County Register reports that her La Habra home's owner Amir Haddadin plans to start foreclosure proceedings on Monday because she missed her September payment of $4,060.

Suleman's lawyer Jeff Czech says she is considering going on welfare, though a deal is in the works to sell an interview to a media outlet.

Suleman made headlines when she became the mother of the world's only living set of octuplets in 2009.

Awe for the medical miracle soon gave way to public scorn as reports emerged that the single, jobless woman already had six other children, and all 14 were conceived through fertility treatments.

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