“That’s one of the things why we have to ask her to leave. She is said to have left her houses abused and everything and it worried the bank.” Businesswoman Lana told how Nadya was not at home when she looked round her house before buying it. In October 2012 she entered Chapman’s rehab centre in Orange County to be treated for “anxiety, exhaustion and stress”.
All 14 children had been left in the care of a nanny. But the infamous mum showed no signs of concern about her children’s plight when she was spotted recently heading to the gym for a three-hour workout.
She later visited a bookshop and ice-cream parlour with two of her youngsters.
Octomom dating for money
Nadya’s new landlady Lana El-Jor, who bought the property from Chapman last month, said she wants the family out because of Nadya’s poor reputation as a tenant. And they had beds in all the other rooms.” One neighbour worried for Octomum’s children said: “The house is very rundown and that broken window looks dangerous. “It seems that Octomom or the nanny rarely take the children out and most of them spend all day holed up in the house as if they’re in hiding.
Nadya hit the headlines over claims that she left her previous home in Palmdale, California, filthy, stinking and littered with rubbish. It doesn’t look like a happy existence.” Nadya, who had her octuplets and previous six children by IVF, had already lost public sympathy.
Lana, 53, said: “I have had problems refinancing the building myself because of her. She is reported to have made more than £200,000 last year from TV appearances and interviews but was investigated for allegedly claiming £10,000 in benefits illegally.
We tracked down the family’s house in Orange County, southern California.
At first glance the property, with its five bedrooms, three bathrooms, living room and kitchen, looks a reasonable family home.
But closer inspection reveals that it is badly neglected and the octuplets are crammed into bunk beds in a room where the wind whistles in through a dangerously smashed window.The property is thought to be a former halfway house for recovering alcoholics.Controversial Octomum Nadya Suleman and all 14 of her children could face Christmas on the streets as eviction looms at the slum house they call home.It is the latest downward twist in a shambolic life that has already seen the 38-year-old mother accused of child neglect and benefits scams.Nadya has been hiding away in the rundown property with her ten sons and four daughters, including the octuplets who earned her the Octomum nickname when they were born in January 2009.The children – some with their heads shaven – have been seen peering forlornly from the dilapidated house since Nadya left their previous home in squalor without paying the rent.