Suleman drops volunteers over complaint

LA HABRA, Calif. /*Nadya Suleman*/ arrived home Monday afternoon, driving up in a minivan. Eyewitness News asked her why she fired this group of nurses and she had no comment, but her attorney did confirm earlier Monday that the group /*Angels In Waiting*/ was indeed let go.

Angels In Waiting had been training nannies who were to help Suleman care for her eight newborns and her six other children.

Suleman's attorney, /*Jeff Czech*/, said that the nurses were fired because one of them filed a report with /*Child Protective Services*/ against Suleman. One of the nurses was apparently concerned with the amount of people who were living in Suleman's La Habra home.

Two of the octuplets came home to a throng of photographers last week. Two other octuplets came home over the weekend, while the other four remain hospitalized.

Attorney /*Gloria Allred*/ represents Angels In Waiting, and she says she had no immediate comment, but plans to hold a news conference Tuesday. "The truth will come out tomorrow," said Allred.


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