Octomom Nadya Suleman is facing foreclosure after her father, the owner of the home where she lives with her 14 children, failed to make a $450,000 balloon payment that was due in mid March. Suleman has been offered a lucrative contract with porn company Vivid that would pay off her mortgage entirely, but we haven’t heard whether she’ll take them up on their offer. Instead of going for the easy money by showing off her scientifically enhanced baby-maker, Suleman and her family are using the survival route they’ve relied on for decades – they’re scamming and conniving. According to Radar Online, they’re threatening the last homeowner with a lawsuit for damages to the home they claims were not disclosed ahead of time. Of course they’re doing that – they want to get out of paying the nearly half million they owe! Nadya and her father have both separately filed for bankruptcy in the past five years and Nadya’s dad’s last home was similarly foreclosed. He works as an Arabic translator and consultant in the Iraq war, but told Oprah last year he had just $100 in his bank account.
It is business as usual at the La Habra, California Home of Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman, RadarOnline.com has learned. And no foreclosure papers have been served.
Tuesday was the deadline for Nadya’s father Ed Doud to settle a dispute with the previous owner of the house, Amer Haddadin, or face foreclosure.
Haddadin claims that Nadya’s father bought the house a year ago, but hasn’t made good on a $450,000 balloon payment.
Nadya’s mother Angela admitted to RadarOnline.com that Nadya owes money, but the family says what the previous owner did is far worse. And, they are threatening a lawsuit.
Attorney Jeff Czech says “the rain water was improperly drained toward the house, resulting in one head injury to a child along with water damage to personal property.” Angela claims Nadya has spent thousands on repairs. And Nadya’s father claims the damages were not disclosed in the sale of the home.
[From Radar Online]
It could be true that there were damages to the home, but given Nadya and her father’s history of working the system I doubt it. She was also on disability for a bad back and was relying on food stamps when she had artificial insemination and got pregnant repeatedly with her six older children.
There is one way that Suleman and her dad can help pay for their mortgage. She’s agreed to let PETA put up a sign on her front lawn that says “Don’t let your dog or cat become an ‘Octomom’ Always Spay or Neuter.” Suleman will probably use the PETA money toward her next round of IVF.