Somehow we doubt this will be a one-time thing.
Embattled mother of newborn octuplets and six other young children Nadya Suleman was visited Wednesday by Orange County Social Services and police detectives.
According to the L.A. Times, a complaint was filed by one of Suleman's kids' school teachers after the teacher observed what appeared to be bite marks on him.
The bitten offspring is three-year old Aidan.
The website also claimed Aidan showed up to school with a black eye, but Nadya Suleman downplayed his injury, saying: “He’s autistic, he bumps into things.”
La Habra Police Lt. Tom Dutton confirmed the visit in a statement:
“On Wednesday, April 29, La Habra Police personnel were requested to assist Orange County Social Services involving a matter pertaining to the Sulemans. As is customary, the department routinely assists other agencies, when so requested.”
DRAIN ON SOCIETY: Another day, another child endangerment claim for Octomom.
Suleman's attorney, Jeff Czech, said he was not sure whether the social services officials took any action and suspects they were called by the boy's teacher.
The caretaker of 14 - and possibly a new pet soon - had no comment.
This incident is already the fourth formal complaint levied against Nadya Suleman, 34, for possible child neglect and endangerment this year.
The first three complaints filed against Octomom took place in March by attorney Gloria Allred on behalf of the organization Angels in Waiting.
Allred took action after Nadya Suleman fired the non-profit organization's nurses, said she didn't need their help and accused them of being spies.