Why a woman with six kids, no job and no spouse wanted to have more children is beyond me. It looks like taxpayers are helping foot the bill.
Nadya Suleman, who famously gave birth to octuplets in 2009, is now receiving assistance from the state of California, TMZ reported. Suleman, who has 14 children in total, will receive $2,000 a month that can be used only on food, according to state laws.
The Octomom — who long swore she would never go on the dole — qualifies for the help because her total income is less than $8,000 per member of her household. TMZ reported she was given a state-issued credit card that is monitored to ensure it’s used only to purchase food.
Here is a video of what the Octomom's delivery may have been like.