Octomom Busted for Welfare Fraud
Nadya Suleman (a.k.a. the Octomom) became the chief spokes-skank for irresponsible reproduction in 2009 when the unemployed welfare recipient produced eight babies out of wedlock in a single go with the help of in vitro fertilization. Since then she has managed to extend her 15 minutes by doing porno films, boxing last-rate celebrities like Amy Fisher (the Long Island Lolita), and advocating birth control for dogs. Now she is in the news again:
On Monday, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office announced Suleman has been charged with three counts of welfare fraud.
Authorities say the 38-year-old single mother of 14 children failed to report $30,000 she earned while collecting public assistance money. …
If convicted, she could be sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
“While applying for public aid, the mother of 14 children allegedly failed to disclose that she was also getting checks for personal appearances and residuals from videos,” the district attorney’s office said in a statement.
All 14 kids were born with the help of in vitro fertility treatments. At least eight of them were born premature. No father has been named for any of them.
At least her colleague Angel Adams – who has 15 children by various fathers and belligerently demands that “Somebody needs to pay” – doesn’t have to worry about getting nailed for welfare fraud. They can’t expect you to report income when you don’t produce any.
Meanwhile relatively responsible people have stopped having children due to the inconvenience. The future belongs to the offspring of Angel Adams and the Octomom.
On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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