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Landlord alleges 'Octomom' won't negotiate

February 24, 2011 12:00:00 AM PST
The man who holds the mortgage on Nadya Suleman's home said he wants to negotiate with the mother of octuplets but that neither she nor her lawyer are talking.

Amer Haddadin made the announcement outside Suleman's attorney's office in Santa Fe Springs. Haddadin said Suleman owes him a $450,000 balloon payment on the La Habra house she shares with her 14 children.

Haddadin said he intended to discuss a possible agreement, but Suleman's attorney canceled the meeting.

"Although we are open for any peaceful negotiation, and we want to solve it in a civilized way, but he doesn't want to solve it," said Haddadin

Haddadin served Suleman and her lawyer with papers in December. Meanwhile, an offer by an adult filmmaker to pay for the house and allow Suleman to stay fell through.