No Shockers In Hard-to-Watch Octomom Documentary

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(Photo by Photo Agency | Inset from Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage)Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage aired on Fox Wednesday night, and watching it gives you that uncomfortable feeling you got the first time you watched The Office except it's made way way worse because this is actually a real person with real kids and it's real life. Out of her depth and possibly her mind, Nadya Suleman allowed Radar Online to follow her around with handheld cameras and film her labor, her...Read Full Story

Octomom TV Documentary Confirmed

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Photo Agency.The rumors have been confirmed: Nadya Suleman has signed on to star in a reality program. But it's not what you think, she says. She told Life & Style: What I'm doing with this TV show is basically creating documentaries about the lives of my children. It's going to be an ongoing thing, and it will follow them from now until they are 18. It's being done by Eyeworks; they're in the UK. It will air in the UK and then we'll see if the US is interested. Ms. Suleman says the...Read Full Story

Octomom and Octogranny in Video Showdown

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Photo Agency The entire Octomom spectacle has devolved to the pitiful level of a Maury rerun. In the latest turn of events, mother of fourteen Nadya Suleman and her mother, Angela, faced off in a taped segment for Radar Online. It's safe to say the Sulemans are on Radar's payroll.Angela has been open with her disapproval over her daughter's actions, previously telling Radar that she questions her daughter's mental state. The mag sat mother and daughter down in front of a camera to talk it...Read Full Story

Octomom Was Already Receiving Food Stamps

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(Huffington Post, Getty Images) Nadya Suleman, also known as the Octomom, was already using food stamps to help pay for the six children, even before giving birth to octuplets on January 26. This is despite her claim in an interview with Ann Curry that she does not accept welfare to help care for her family.The LA Times reported today that the 33-year-old California woman receives $490 a month in food stamps, as well as additional federal assistance money for three of the six children in...Read Full Story