According to Los Angeles County property records, the Suleman family are behind on their mortgage payments and the lender may sell the house through an auction in the coming months.
The family of Suleman’s live in a household belonging to Angela Suleman, mother of Nadya Suleman, the octuplets’ mom. Nadya and her six other children currently live there, and the octuplets are scheduled to join them at the house provided it stays with Angela.
A default notice at the Los Angeles County property records show that Angela is $23,225 behind in her mortgage payments.
They could have been evicted by now, but thanks to their lender (IndyMac Federal Bank of Pasadena), they are still able to live there. IndyMac has decided to postpone the case for the time being, and it doesn't want to add misery to Angela's troubles with the addition of eight more children to the family.
An Indymac representative told Fox News:
"We take these things one case at a time — there's no shortage of people struggling to make their mortgage payments right now...Roughly more than 10 percent of our customers are 60 or more days behind.
Angela's phone has been disconnected and she was not available for comment.
Nadya plans to sell her story to the highest bidder, but it's not clear whether she will help her mother. She is currently jobless, receives food stamps and government disability checks for her three children.