Why would Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, fire the nurse-nannies that were charitably provided for her by the nonprofit group Angels in Waiting?
Attorney Gloria Allred and that asshat blowhard Dr. Phil helped arrange for the sorely needed round-the-clock care that Nadya Suleman's 14 children - that's right, she had six before the octuplets - require. But she axed them anyway.
Why? Nadya Suleman said they were spying on her, obviously.
"Yes, it's true. I released AIW," Suleman said. "It was really bad. That's all I can say. I can't confirm, why, in particular. I will be releasing the details soon."
Her spokesman accused the non-profit charity group - which announced their plans to assist Suleman in raising her 14 frickin' children during a March 14 taping of Dr. Phil - of spying on her and reporting her to child welfare officials.
How do you treat free help when you have 14 kids and no job? When you're Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, you fire them. Then call a press conference.
Allred fired back on Wednesday's Today show, claiming Octomom only cares about her babies "when the cameras are rolling" and exaggerated her claims.
"Nadya is taking things out of context," said Allred, a lawyer for Angels in Waiting and who used to rep Britney Spears, who looks like the mother of the year by comparison. "Our nurses were rightfully concerned about security."
"After all, Nadya had told the world where she lives, when those babies are coming home. As a result, hundreds of reporters came. Her home is easily locatable on the Internet as a result of her doing daily blogs."
Four of Suleman's infant octuplets were released, two at a time, into her care in the past week. The babies were born January 26, nine weeks premature.
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