'Octomom' Nadya Suleman's house to go up for auction

LA HABRA, Calif.

The landlord and loan holder of the home, Amer Haddadin, says Suleman is behind in her monthly payments and the responsibility is falling on his shoulders.

"So much frustration and so much delay on their payments. So now they are behind for 10 months going on 11 months for a total of $33,000, plus the principal amount which is $450,000," he said.

Haddadin says he tried to help Suleman because he claims she didn't qualify for a loan, so he kept the mortgage in his name.

"Since they stopped, the bank has been calling me every day asking me for money, and they are telling me that they have no money, which, I don't buy that at all," he said.

It's just the latest round of problems for Suleman, who so famously gave birth to octuplets in 2009. Earlier this week, police and social services investigators combed through her home after TMZ released photos alleging that Suleman and her kids were living in squalor. Authorities later determined that her children were not in any danger. Afterwards, Suleman spoke exclusively to ABC News.

Police and family services visited the home on Tuesday, but they determined the children were not in any danger, and no children were removed from the home.

"I think maybe we were set up, my kids were set up," she said.

When the TV camera's show up, her maid service was hard at work, which she said was courtesy of TV host Dr. Drew.

While Suleman was not available for comment on Thursday, she did say in her ABC News interview that she does have jobs, she is making money and that this is the last month her family will be on food stamps.

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