Octomom Nadya Suleman Defends Welfare Decision on “Today”

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Nadya Suleman always said she wouldn’t turn to the government to support her brood of 14 kids. But a bout with crippling debt and home foreclosure has the notorious Octomom singing a very different tune.

The mega-mom appeared on NBC’s Today Show Thursday, where she defended her decision to seek public assistance from the State of California. Suleman also discussed the death threats that have bombarded her Facebook page since news of her benefit — which includes a cash payout of $2,000 a month plus food stamps — made headlines.

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