'Octomom' Nadya Suleman facing eviction -- for real this time?
"Octomom" Nadya Suleman and her 14 kids might finally be evicted from their La Habra home this week, if mortgage holder Amer Haddadin follows through to end a situation he's called a "nightmare."
"I think they have money, but they are hiding the money," Haddadin said, referring to Suleman and her attorney, Jeff Czech. Papers were served Dec. 2, Haddadin said, and he's drawn the line at Friday.
Though Suleman has been making monthly payments of about $4,000, according to Czech, a $450,000 balloon payment on the mortgage has gone unpaid since its Oct. 9 due date -- which was an extension from the original May deadline.
"She doesn't own the house even if she has the deed," Haddadin told the Orange County Register. "The loan is in my name. She cannot ruin my credibility for this mess." Her father purchased the four-bedroom home in early 2009 for $565,000, including a $130,000 down payment.
Suleman has had offers in the past year to do porn and a fetish video to earn money toward the balloon payment. She took PETA up on its $5,000 offer in May, and made $2,600 at a yard sale in September that drew so much attention the street had to be shut down.
The octuplets were born on Jan. 26, 2009, joining Suleman's other six children. Her fertility doctor, facing allegations of gross negligence regarding Suleman and two other patients, including the charge that he experimented on patients without getting their informed consent, is fighting to keep his medical license.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Top photo: "Octomom" Nadya Suleman, her kids and family helpers hawk a signature milkshake in West Hollywood on Nov. 10. Credit: Toby Canham / Getty Images
Right photo: Neighbor Cori Mahlen checks out clothes at Suleman's La Habra home during a yard sale and auction held Sept, 25. Credit: Jason Redmond / Associated Press