After a complaint that her home is unfit to raise the 37-year-old mother's 14 children, La Habra Police and Orange County's Social Services performed an inspection.
Police and Orange County's social services say Nadya Suleman was fully cooperative during their inspection of her La Habra home after a report that the living conditions there were unsuitable for Suleman's 14 children according to the Los Angeles Times everything checked out and there is no need for further action.
"There was no need to take the children into protective custody," Lt. Jeff Swaim was quoted as saying by the Times as well as the Orange County Register "The children's welfare appeared to be fine. Anytime there is an allegation of general neglect, we go out there and investigate the circumstances," Swaim went onto say.
According to the Register a woman walked into the La Habra Police Station to complain about the living conditions at Suleman's home, which the National Ledger reported in 2010 was in foreclosure. According to the LA Times the complaint stated that Suleman's children were dirty, and her home only had one working toilet. Two hours after the complaint was made police and social services made their inspection.
Sergeant Daniel Barnes was quoted by the Times as saying there was no criminal investigation into Suleman, saying “no crimes were noticed.” He did not rule out further investigation by social services.
Nadya Suleman dubbed "octomom" by the media has 4 daughters and 10 sons, her octuplets are now three years old.