Octomom Could Face Three Years in Prison


Nadya Suleman has been formally charged with welfare fraud by Los Angeles County prosecutors and,  if found guilty, the famous octomom could face with three years in prison.  Suleman has been under investigation for reportedly collecting thousand of government aid dollars illegally as she failed to report nearly $30,000 in earnings.

This is not the first time Suleman has confronted financial troubles.  In 2012 she filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, as she owed between half a million and a million dollars in liabilities.  Suleman applied for government assistance in 2013 after she went into a brief stint of rehab in January 2013.

By Persephone Abbott


ABC News

One Response to "Octomom Could Face Three Years in Prison"

  1. Mark   January 14, 2014 at 7:49 am

    You sure need to explain a LOT more — as $30,000 a year in income for a family of even only four leaves you still qualified for welfare! So, where’s the criminal violation?

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