Octomom Is Afraid For Her Children's Well Being
Octomom, Nadya Suleman is angry and scared after people have left threatening notes at her home in California. INSIDE EDITION speaks with her.
The Octomom is angry and scared. Nadya Suleman said someone smashed in a window of her mini-van and left a note threatening her life.
"I live in a state of constant terror. I am afraid for my kids and for me," she said to INSIDE EDITION.
INSIDE EDITION obtained the note exclusively. It reads, "Leave California or you will die."
Just last week, Suleman revealed that she get's $2,000 in food stamps each month to help feed her 14 children. She thinks that may have triggered the vandalism.
Suleman was cleaning up from this latest incident when INSIDE EDITION went to speak with her.
But there is one curious fact about the incident that's raising eyebrows. When cops came to investigate, Octomom never showed them the death threat letter, leading some to wonder whether the vandalism was staged.
INSIDE EDITION asked, "Did you write the note?"
Suleman responded, "That's hilarious, that would be sick."
Octomom says she has projects in the works that will get her into a new house and off food stamps within a month.
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