Auction of ‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman’s home postponed again
The auction of Nadya Suleman's home has been postponed again –- until Thursday.
The La Habra home had been scheduled for sale at a public real estate auction Wednesday.
"I'm so disappointed today," said homeowner Amer Haddadin, who allowed Suleman and her 14 children to move into the house in 2009. "I was hoping that this house would sell off today and get rid of all the mess, all the news. But unfortunately, this is where we are at now."
Haddadin says his credit and finances have been a mess since Suleman entered his life. She was supposed to pay Haddadin $3,000 a month, but he says he hasn't seen a penny in about a year.
Once the house is sold, Suleman and her children will be forced to find another place to live.
She filed for bankruptcy on April 30, just one month after going on welfare to support herself and her children.
The bankruptcy case was subsequently tossed out after she failed to complete the necessary paperwork showing she couldn't pay her debts.
That cleared the way for creditors to resume their collections and for foreclosure proceedings to move forward.
Suleman is on welfare and receiving $2,000 a month in food stamps.
-- KTLA News
Photo: Nadya Suleman Credit: Fox Broadcasting