The octuplets' family will lose their home if the mother won't pay her debt. She is almost $23,000 behind in payments, according to reports.
Nadya Suleman's instant fame started when she delivered an octuplet (8 babies) on January 26, 2009 through in vitro fertilization. She was dubbed the ‘octo-mom’, and fortunately she doesn’t care about what people called her. She is loving every bit of her popularity since she gave birth to the octuplets’. Guess what, the famous octo-mom already have six children back home, she doesn’t have her own house, and worst she doesn’t have a job. She is sharing a house with her mother, Angela Suleman. According to some reports, Angela’s house is in threat of foreclosure, she's almost $23,000 behind in payments!
The public notice was first made public when a copy of the document, giving Angela Suleman three months to settle her debt in order to avoid foreclosure, check out TMZ.com for more details.
In somewhat related news, President Obama unveiled a $75-billion plan to help needy Americans from losing their homes. Almost 9 million borrowers are suffering from unaffordable monthly payments. Foreclosure threats are caused by the recession. The number of unemployed workers receiving unemployment benefits skyrocketed to a record high near 5 million this month. Almost all large companies are affected by the recession and because of that force reduction of employees is really necessary to save a falling company. Based on what I've read, Microsoft plans to cut off 15,000 of it's employees and Google plans to cut 10000 of their employees too.
Anyway, we all know that Nadya Suleman will benefit a lot from her great story, but do you think she can help save her mother's house from foreclosure? Would you help or donate for Nadya Suleman's octuplet?