Nadya Suleman once again is in the news for allegations of neglecting her children. As the news first broke that child protective services was at her house on Tuesday, so far the star has said little. On Thursday morning she talked about the details alleged by her hairdresser and shared her frustration for possibly being set up.
The woman who was made famous by having 14 kids definitely isn’t happy child services were at her door. Calling the allegations false, she justified every charge while the cameras were rolling to explain what the hairdresser saw and why. After being cleared of the allegations, Octomom is talking about the future and it appears the food stamps is coming to a close.
“I am making money. I have jobs and I can afford it,” said Nadya Suleman sharing her reason for paying for haircuts on ABC’s Good Morning America. When asked about her use of public assistance, the star was decisive it was about done. “It’s almost over. It’s almost over. This is our last month on food stamps and help.”
While Nadya Suleman has had a bittersweet relationship with the public, it appears that the celebrity is trying to get back on her feet. One of her jobs, to talk to fans when they call the Dial-a-star service, is a place where the star can make money while she is still at home with the kids.