Porn producer saves Octomom Nadya Suleman's home from foreclosure -- for now
OCTOMOM STAYS IN HOUSE ... FOR A WHILE: It appears that Octomom Nadya Suleman's La Habra home will not be foreclosed on -- at least for the next month. Suleman and her 14 children faced eviction from the home because she could not keep payments up. But now, a porn producer announced he will cover her mortgage for the next month. He also told the Associated Press he offered Suleman a job behind the camera:
"I can confirm that we have offered to pay Nadya's mortgage for the month of February," Steven Hirsch of Vivid Entertainment said. "In the meantime, we will continue to do our due diligence and decide whether or not to purchase Amer Haddadin's $450,000 note," Hirsch added.
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CHANGE IS _____ : Highland Park's commercial landscape is in transition. (via 90042)
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Photo: Former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo has a new gig, as a parking lot attendant in Huntington Beach. Credit: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times