Remember Nadya Suleman; the woman who was barely coping with six children and then decided to have eight more through artificial insemination thus earning the name Octomom? Well, she is back in the news because now she has lost the home that she has been living in with her 14 children. Suleman’s California home was put up for auction earlier during the week and when there were no bids, it was returned to the bank for foreclosure.
Before moving into the home that is now in foreclosure, a pregnant Suleman lived with her mother and her six children. Her mother’s house also went into foreclosure shortly after the octuplets were born.
The previous owner of the home, Amer Haddadin, claims Suleman has damaged his credit. Haddadin sold the house to Suleman after living in it for 11 years. His biggest mistake was trusting Suleman, with the help of her father, to keep up with payments in an arrangement that they made where she paid Haddadin, who paid the mortgage company.
Unfortunately for Haddadin, Suleman has declared bankruptcy and so has her father who Haddadin helped because he was a fellow Arab and church member. In her claim, Suleman has lised assets of no more than $50,000 and debts of as much as $1 million. Records show she owes more than $475,000 on the house.