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article imageWhy Would Octomom Turn Down 24-Hour Childcare?

By Joan Firstenberg     Mar 1, 2009 in Lifestyle
The sad Nadya Suleman saga continues. Now, it appears that the Octomom is waiting for someone to offer her her own reality TV show, with the babies. She's turning down all offers that don't.
The non-profit group, Angels in Waiting made a surprising offer to Nadya Suleman, or the Octomom, of 24-hour childcare for her 14 children. But she decided to pass on it.
Why, you might ask. The group's founder says that she seemed to lose interest in their offer after they ruled out her request to do a reality show around she and her brood.
The lawyer for Angels in Waiting, famed attorney Gloria Allred said in light of this, she has filed a request for an investigation with Los Angeles County Child and Family Services into how Suleman will care for her children. Allred points out that which we have already burned into our brains, that Sulemann is unmarried, unemployed, lives with her parents, whose house is now facing foreclosure and receives food stamps and over government help, although she claims it is not welfare.
On the bright side of all this, Suleman has a new spokesman, Victor Munoz, who spoke with Dr. Phil McGraw on CNN's "Larry King Live" Friday night and appeared to be open to the offer of care. But he told McGraw that he was actually so busy dealing with the upcoming release of the premature octuplets from the hospital, which he says could begin in less than two weeks.
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