Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman has fired a nonprofit group of nurses that helped care for her children, accusing the group of spying on her and reporting her to child welfare officials, her spokesman confirmed late Monday.
Nadya Suleman has brought four of her eight newborns home from the Whittier, CA. hospital where they were born on Jan. 26. Angels in Waiting, a non-profit charity organization, announced their plans to assist Suleman in raising her 14 children during a March 14 taping of The Dr. Phil Show.
“Yes, it’s true. I released AIW,” Suleman said in a statement. “It was really bad. That’s all I can say. I can’t confirm, why, in particular. I will be releasing the details soon.”
Nadya’s attorney Jeff Czech says the relationship was tense between the now-infamous Octomom and employees with the not for profit organization from the start.
“Suleman felt uncomfortable by some of the things that Gloria Allred said, starting with her complaint to CPS.”
Nadya had several confrontations with the nurses, Czech explains, but the situation grew particularly unbearable on Sunday, when she came to believe that Angels in Waiting founder Linda West-Conforti was allegedly filing a report against her with child welfare officials.