Doesn't have any money in the bank,doesn't want her babies. Sounds like child services should come and get them. Why on earth would this women decide to have the doctor do the prodcedure? This isn't pretend Barbie where you can just quit with your play dolls.
Looks like the taxpayers will be bailing her out eventually.
Nadya 'Octomom' Suleman: 'I hate the babies'
By Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY
Updated 11h 20m agoOctomum Nadya Suleman and her large family plus helpers launch their signature Milkshake at 'Millions of Milkshakes' on Nov. 10, 2010 in West Hollywood, Calif.
CAPTIONBy Toby Canham, Getty ImagesOctomom is back in the news, talking about everything from her 14 kids to her financial situation. Most of it isn't pretty.
"I hate the babies, they disgust me," she apparently tells In Touch Weekly (although the story is not on the mag's site and reps have not responded to Lifeline Live's requests for the article).
"My older six are animals, getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them." The single mom told the magazine that the only way she can cope is to lock herself in the bathroom and cry, reports CNN.
"Sometimes I sit there for hours and even eat my lunch sitting on the toilet floor. Anything to get peace and quiet," she says.
"Some days I have thought about killing myself. I cannot cope," Suleman tells In Touch. She says of her kids, "Obviously, I love them - but I absolutely wish I had not had them."
Suleman also tells the magazine that her bank account is "overdrawn by $300 and I have no money to pay for the children's school, food or the mortgage."
But TMZ reports that Suleman made $28,000 in the month of June from a variety of appearances and stories.
Among her appearances: She'll be on HLN's Dr. Drew on July 12. She'll celebrate her birthday at the House of Blues on July 13. And she is joining the cast of a new dating show on HDNet in October.
"I was lucky enough to be invited to be a part of it," Octomom tells PopEater. "I have not watched TV in almost a decade, but I might just tune into this one! This is called Celebridate and I don't perceive myself to be a celebrity, but I guess they do. To a certain degree, I am in the public eye."
Roger Lodge, who hosted the classic show Blind Date, will host Celebridate, which will follow different celebs as three non-celebs try to win their hearts or get eliminated.