As we reported Friday, the reality show starring Nadya Suleman, OctoMom: Me & My Fourteen Kids, just premiered on British TV. It will air in the U.S. at a later date.
Apparently, the Octomom documentary features a particularly frank assessment from the mom of 14 on why she had octuplets when she had six kids to start with.
"You don't understand," Nadya Suleman says. "You have these frozen embryos that are there, and they are writing you letters saying, We are charging you this much, and it's going up and up and up every month that they are stored.
"You can either use them or destroy them. You're like, O.K., I have six already. What's another? I decided to take the chance. I didn't want to destroy the embryos."
She's right. What's another kid - or eight - for taxpayers to support?
Seven percent of Octomom's brood. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]
Seemingly forgetting that she already had six freaking kids, she emphasizes that she only wanted child #7, not children #7-14. The drain on society says:
"It's not like I was sitting there saying, 'Oh, gosh! I really want eight!' People were thinking, 'Oh, she wanted so, so many.' No! That is not the case at all."
Suleman will receive $250,000 for allowing her ginormous family to be filmed for 11 days. Like the depressing disaster that was her two-hour special on Fox, Suleman's latest media appearance is the only way she can support her kids.
"I made these choices out of the midst of being in survivor mode," the nut job explained. "I think 99 percent of people would have made the same decision."
Nads also refutes rumors she had plastic surgery to resemble Angelina Jolie ... blaming "pregnancy weight." Which always impacts one's facial features.