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Octuplets' mother: 'We're not losing our house'

On the day Nayda Suleman was supposed to face possible eviction from her La Habra home, the octuplets' mother broke her silence and said she's going to remain at the home.

Last week, the home's owner, Amer Haddadin, said the Suleman family has fallen behind in their house payments and that Suleman could face eviction if the matter is not taken care of.

He said Suleman's father purchased the home under a deal in which Haddadin would carry the $450,000 loan for a year until the family could gather enough money to provide a substantial down payment.

A year later, he says, Suleman's father has not provided the money.

Suleman, in a video interview broadcast on TMZ, said the entire matter has been exaggerated and that the family is staying in the home.

"We're not losing our house," she said in the interview, adding the payments have been made on time.

-- Shelby Grad

Photo credit: Associated Press

 
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She's losing her mind.

She's also denied having plastic surgery, so WHY, pray tell, are we supposed to believe ANYTHING Nadya Suleman says? Is she accusing the seller of lying about the missed payments?

Nadya Suleman is the welfare queen equivalent of Bernie Madoff.

Both of them have built lives on lies and scams and con jobs.

Nadya claims 95% of what is said about her are lies?
How about 95% of what SHE says are lies?

The FACTS and EVIDENCE are out there.

Who bought the house, the terms, what has been paid or not....
If she has two sets of identical twins as she claims or not.
If she has a college degree. (I would say doubtful, but I am not sure.)
Workers compensation papers that have her medical history written down and how much she collected from them and that she was constantly pregnant while collecting money for a bad back.
Any welfare programs she has used (such as food stamps and SSI for her disabled kids).
Details of the other houses foreclosed on her parents. Any bankruptcies and unpaid bills.
Her credit history or lack of one.
Any mental health records on her IF there are any.

The REAL information is out there.....and so far it looks like Nadya herself is the one to be telling 95% lies!

I say again....this is dribble...

The current owner of the home said he agreed to carry the mortgage for one year to allow the Sulyman's to get financing. They have not done that. Fankly I can't imagine any lending agency worth their paper that would carry a loan for a family who was in forclosure just 1 year ago. Therefore, in fact, even though payments may have been made, the contract they had with the home owner has been breached, and he can forclose. Personally, I don't blame him.

The previous owner was not very business savy. He was gambling with that house. The odds for winning would have been better if he gambled on his house in Las Vegas. Why would he think that octomom, dad or her mom could come up with the money for the balloon payment. Mom has been through 2 foreclosures that we know of. Dad runs off to the middle east to try to earn a living. Octomom has been living off free handouts for at least 8 years and expects to get anything and everything that she wants to the expense of others and her own children. She has never financed a house before and probably nothing else either unless it was a beat up clunker from Guido's used cars.
The only reason I can think of is that he had the same idea that Nadya had- millions of people would hear her story and donate lots of money. That might of happened if she hadn't acted the way she did.


The instability of this woman is so obvious, I can't help but feel sorry for those poor kids. Hard not to predict the kind of adults they'll become....how sad !


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