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Police release 'Octomom' 911 tape

March 4, 2009 12:00:00 AM PST
Police have released a recording of a 911 phone call made by octuplets mother Nadya Suleman last year.Nadya Suleman placed the emergency call on October 27, 2008, when she thought she'd lost one of her children.

On the recording, a frantic and emotional Suleman repeatedly told the operator she was going to kill herself. The operator tried to calm Suleman, telling her to keep herself under control for the sake of her children, whom the operator could hear in the background.

Suleman told the operator she hadn't seen her 5-year-old son, Joshua Jacob, for an hour, and she feared the boy had been kidnapped.

Overcome with fear, Suleman repeatedly asked "Where's my son?" before being able to provide an address or information.

Meanwhile Suleman has turned to an Internet Web site to react to public scrutiny. She's getting her own blog published on the site Radaronline.com.

The blog, called "Octo-Mom Daily Diary," features stories and video interviews with Suleman and her mother, Angela.

On Wednesday's post, Suleman reacted to media scrutiny of multiple 911 phone calls, made to police over the past 14-months, concerning her children.

The 33-year-old single mother has drawn a great deal of controversy since giving birth to octuplets January 26, by way of in-vitro fertilitzation, while she was unemployed and already had six children, ages 2 to 7.