Octo-Mom should be getting custody of her eight new babies any day now. And right at this time, a tape of two phone calls made to police from her house has been released, giving us more information about this woman than we really may want to know.
The video is really an audio of two phone calls that TMZ has just gotten revealing Nadya Suleman talking frantically to police. The first call was made in October of last year, when she was anxious that one of her children had gotten lost and was missing. At one point in the call, Suleman repeats over and over that she's going to kill herself, apparently doing this in front of her other children. Five police cars rushed to her house but it turned out the five-year-old had simply followed his grandma around the block.
The second phone call occurred on January 23rd of this year, when one of Suleman's children called 911, then hung up. When the operator called back, the six-year old picked up the phone and told her that he was there with a babysitter. He said,
"My mom and dad went to like, a party."
What he apparently did not know was that Octo-Mom was in the hospital at the time, about to have her new family.
Nadya Suleman is now busy defending her panicked call to 911 last October. In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Nadya said she was hormonal at the time of the 911 call, explaining she was pregnant with the octuplets.
She also said she had no idea she told the dispatcher, "I'm going to kill myself."
Meanwhile, lawmakers in two states, outraged by Octo-Mom, are looking to limit the number of embryos that can be implanted by fertility clinics.
The legislation in Missouri and Georgia would be intended to spare taxpayers from footing the bill for women having more children than they can afford. But critics say the measures would wind up making it harder for women who want IVF for just one child.