Octomom

Nadya Denise Doud-Suleman Gutierrez. An American woman who birthed octuplets in January 2009 and became a controversial figure
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Rodriguez, a former porn star, has a knack for handling controversial talents since her pool of talents include Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham; V Stiviano, the former companion of ex-basketball team owner Donald Sterling; and Octomom Nadya Suleiman.
Suleman, who is known as Octomom, is also facing two counts of perjury, and one count of aid of misrepresentation after filing for welfare in 2013, and failure to report nearly 10,000 dollars in income earned from personal appearances.
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.
Radhika Rao, Symposium Issue: Diving into the Gene Pool: How Assisted Reproductive Technology is Making a Splash in the Law: Presentation: How (not) to Regulate ART(s): Lessons from Octomom, 21 ALB.
There's no Springsteen or Cruise on my list, but I would argue the likes of James Bagian and Craig Barrett have had a more significant impact on society than, oh, I don't know, the Octomom.
She said he conducted fertility experiments on unknowing patients and wrongly gave in to the demands of Nadya Suleman, Octomom, by implanting 12 embryos inside her.
It's not like we've had enough of celebrities with the likes of Brangelina and the OctoMom on every other cover of the magazines at the grocery check-out.
On their first birthday on January 26, the Octomom, as she was dubbed by the media, is making news yet again.
n n n OCTOMOM (Thursday, Channel 4, 9pm) follows Nadya Suleman, a mother-of-six who gave birth to EIGHT more children in January.
Josephine Johnston, "Judging Octomom," Hastings Center Report 39, no.
18 ( ANI ): Octomom, Nadya Suleman , who was charged with welfare fraud after allegedly failing to report nearly 30,000 dollars in earnings, pleaded not guilty.
If it's true, and depending on how aid Octomom received, she could face up to three years in jail and up to a $5,000 fine, (http://www.