Octomom Nadya Suleman Fraud Investigation

Octomom, Nadya Suleman is reportedly under investigation by  the Los Angeles County Department of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation  the  committing welfare fraud.

Octomom under investigation for fraud

The investigation was prompted after  received a tip claiming the mother of 14 was collecting thousands of dollars in government assistance despite having grossed more than $200,000 last year.

The celebrity news website, Radar Online, Octomom received an estimated $60,000 in welfare benefits, including food stamps, even though she brought in money from pornography, stripping and other publicity jobs.

The  Los Angeles County Department of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation (WFP&I) are in the process of seizing bank records and other documents from Suleman to determine if she unlawfully collected welfare last year.

According to sources at the Huffington Post… the troubled mother of 14,  supposedly grossed upward of $200,000 in 2012, far surpassing the cap of $119,000 or less.

A complete and thorough search of her home as well as the office of her manager will take place as part of the investigation.

Suleman,  37-year-old, faces up to three years in prison if she is eventually prosecuted.

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order accutane from india Nadya Denise Doud-Suleman (born Natalie Denise Suleman July 11, 1975), known as Octomom in the media, is an Iraqi, Assyrian-American woman who came to international attention when she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009.The Suleman octuplets are only the second full set of octuplets to be born alive in the United States. One week after their birth, they surpassed the previous worldwide survival rate for a complete set of octuplets set by the Chukwu octuplets in 1998. The circumstances of their high order multiple birth have led to controversy in the field of assisted reproductive technology as well as an investigation by the Medical Board of California of the fertility specialist involved.

Public reaction turned negative when it was discovered that Suleman already had six other young children and was unemployed and on public assistance programs. Suleman conceived the octuplets and her six older children via in vitro fertilization (IVF).  Although she initially denied ever having used public assistance, she confirmed in April 2012 on NBC’s Today show that she was indeed on public assistance.

 

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