Octomom debt breakdown
Octomom Nadya Suleman was issued a ticket for driving the wrong way down a one-way street in Beverly Hills last September. The 36-year-old Suleman was supposed to either appear in court or pay the ticket by December 20, but she missed her court date, resulting in her driver’s license getting suspended.
TMZ just obtained a copy of OctoMom's bankruptcy documents, in which she claims she only has between ZERO and $50,000 to her name ... because she's blown a fortune on super important things like water and power and the ability to watch all of her favorite cable shows.
God forbid a destitute woman with 14 kids be kept from watching "Game of Thrones.
Suleman, who was labeled with the moniker “Octomom” after she gave birth to octuplets in 2009, told the publication, “I hate the babies, they disgust me.”
She went on, “My older six are animals, getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them.”
The single mom told the magazine that the only way she can cope is to lock herself in the bathroom and cry.
“Sometimes I sit there for hours and even eat my lunch sitting on the toilet floor. Anything to get peace and quiet,” she said….
“Some days I have thought about killing myself. I cannot cope,” Suleman tells In Touch. She says of her kids, “Obviously, I love them – but I absolutely wish I had not had them.”
DAILY NEWS STAFF
Friday, February 13th 2009, 12:53 PM
Nadya Suleman interviewed by NBC's Ann Curry.
"Is this how she's spending her octo-donations?
Octuplet mom Nadya Suleman was spotted Wednesday in California shopping for video games and was captured on film checking out the Nintendo Wii and its accessories. The Wii retails for about $250. The controllers she was eye cost about $40. If she buys one for all 14 kids, that will addup to about $560.
And how might she pay for such a purchase?
Suleman recently launched a colorful heart-covered website soliciting donations for herself and her gigantic brood.
The Internet web site, thenadyasulemanfamily.com, is decorated with a baby bottle, pacifer and a rainbow - and a giant "donate" button.
"We thank you for the love and good wishes sent to us from around the world," the site reads in bright purple letters resembling a child's handwriting.
"They are all healthy and growing stronger by the day" Suleman, 33, deemed a "proud mother of 14" on the site, gave birth on Jan. 26 despite $50,000 in debt and no job.
Visitors to her new website, therefore, can directly donate with a credit card.
The octo-mom insisted in an interview with NBC that she didn't choose to have the eight children by in vitro fertilization - on top of her six other kids - to get handouts.
"I'm not receiving help from the government. I'm not trying to expect anything from anybody. I just wanted to do it on my own," she said, adding that any assistance she's getting is "temporary."
The Los Angeles Times, however, is reporting that Suleman gets $490 a month in food stamps and another $600 in disability payments for three of her older children who suffer from ADHD, a speech impediment and autism.
The San Francisco Social Security Administration also told the paper that a single parent like Suleman with disabled kids could qualify for up to $2,900 a month in state and federal help."
I feel for these kids, I think they're pretty well screwed, but I could never send this woman a dime. I'd be too afraid it would end up as a botox injection.