/*Suleman*/ accused the nurses of spying on her.
/*Angels in Waiting*/ had initially offered to provide around-the-clock aid for Suleman's newborn octuplets, but later scaled back their offer to just training for her nannies.
Suleman's attorney Jeff Czech said the relationship between the nurses and Suleman had been strained from the beginning.
He said Suleman began to suspect that an Angels in Waiting official was preparing to file a report against her with child welfare authorities. The group had already filed a child welfare complaint against Suleman last month.
The incident occurs as another 911 call is released from the Suleman house.
Just last week, one of Suleman's nannies called 911 complaining about Angels in Waiting attorney /*Gloria Allred*/.
"I'd like to have somebody removed from the home that I'm at right now," the nanny says to the 911 operator.
When the operator asks why Allred is at the house, the nanny replies, "Umm, why is she there? She just walked in and they really don't want her in the home."
Four of the octuplets are home with Suleman and her six other children. The other four remain in the hospital.
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