Octu-Mom Cans Free Nurses

Suleman freaks when one reports her to CPS
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 24, 2009 7:07 AM CDT

Never a dull moment in the octu-house: Nadya Suleman fired four Angels in Waiting nurses helping with her octuplets after one filed a report with Child Protective Services, the Orange County Register reports. The nurse was concerned the house was overcrowded, says Suleman’s lawyer. Two nannies are still helping, and nurses from the hospital have visited to give advice. Suleman will tell her side of the story on Dr Phil’s show tomorrow.

“If you can imagine being monitored by somebody; every little mistake you make may get you reported to CPS,” said the attorney. “I don't think it was a great fit from the get-go. There may have been great intentions. The bottom line is, it's not going to work and Nadya does have good alternatives. It really is going well, amazingly well, for the number of kids that are there.”
(More Nadya Suleman stories.)

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