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No buyers in auction for 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman's house

 After multiple postponements, the months-long saga involving "Octomom" Nadya Suleman’s house appears to have ended Tuesday.

Her three-bedroom, four-bath house in La Habra went on the auction block, but there were no takers on the $355,643 opening bid, according to KTLA.

That means the house is going back to the bank, and Suleman and her 14 children will now have to find a new home.

Calls and an email to an attorney who has represented Suleman were not immediately returned.

The failed sale is just the latest in a series of misfortunes for the woman who rose to stardom when she bore octuplets in 2009.

Suleman filed for bankruptcy April 30 claiming in court documents that she had $50,000 in assets and up to $1 million in debts. But that bankruptcy case was later thrown out after Suleman failed to complete the necessary paperwork.

The bank will now initiate proceedings to evict Suleman and her children.


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-- Matt Stevens


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