Following reports that Nadya "Octomom" Suleman has made a deal to star - along with her eight newborns and six other young kids, of course - in a reality show, attorney Gloria Allred reluctantly offered her take on the stiry.
Allred said that when Angels in Waiting USA - the nursing organization she worked with to help Nadya Suleman - visited Octomom's house, "it appeared that Nadya treated her babies as props ... as part of a TV set for those filming her."
According to Gloria Allred, there are two different Octomoms.
"When cameras were not rolling she was altogether absent for large blocks of time and never volunteered to feed the babies herself," recalls Allred, who said Suleman asked AIW many times about agreeing to a reality show.
"AIW said on the record they would not allow it due to the significant risk of infection posed by the presence of dirty cameras, audio equipment and electrical cords - and concern for the emotional well-being of all of her children."
"Nadya appears to be putting her money-making scheme of a reality show before the best interests of her children. If she goes ahead with it she needs to spend less time looking for a man and more time mothering her 14 children."
The proposed Octomom reality show - think Jon and Kate Plus 8 Plus Crack - would focus on her search for love, as well as keeping 14 humans alive of course.
Allred believes her motives are off the mark.
"If she is looking for men, she is looking for love in all the wrong places. Rather than doing a reality show, she needs to deal with the reality that she has 14 children who need her to be there, to love them and be a real mother to them."
"Her children need a mother who will protect them and their privacy, not a mother who appears ready to auction off their privacy to the highest bidder."
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