Nadya Suleman admitted to her stripper past during first radio interview with Big Boy. The Octomom said she had a past like everyone else and wouldn't say much more about the issue.
Nadya's former attorney, Gloria Allred, says she is worried about the safety of Nadya's children and believes Child Protective services should step in and place all of her 14 children in foster care. Gloria Allred has been making the media rounds this week since Nadya fired her Angels in Waiting nannies with high profile appearances on Dr. Phil and CNN on Sunday morning.
Gloria says that Nadya only shops all day and will only hold her children when a camera is in the room. Watch the Big Boy's Neighborhood radio interview with Octo crazy if you missed it. Don't get mad at us for calling Nadya Suleman crazy. She admits she is crazy for having 14 kids in her interview.
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Gloria Allred says Octo Mom Nadya Suleman shouldn't have custody of her kids.
"I definitely think these little babies -- and the nurses also believe -- these little babies should be placed in foster care so they can get the individualized care, the consistent care, they need to have. They're not getting it from Nadya, from their mother," Allred said on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show Wednesday morning.
Meet the octuplets.
Allred represents Angels in Waiting, which had provided free nursing care for Suleman's 14 children until she fired them earlier this week for allegedly spying on her and reporting her to child welfare officials.
On Tuesday, she appeared on the Today Show and threw a press conference to call Suleman's parenting skills into question. "You know, babies are not props -- they are real, little human beings," Suleman continued to Seacrest. "They deserve and respect and dignity and care and shouldn't just be seen with Nadya when the cameras are rolling."
Allred says "the chaos is ongoing" at Suleman's La Habra, Calif. home.
"The other six children are often up until 2 in the morning. The nurse found one little child, Elijah, outside just minutes before an intruder came at 1 or 1:30 a.m.!" she says.
Allred said Suleman oftentimes went shopping instead of spending time with her babies.
"C'mon, she's got 14 children! She should be at home with the babies; with her other six children. Three of them have special needs. She should be going to the hospital to visit her children -- not going shopping!" Allred went on. "She doesn't have to be homebound all the time, but she needs to have a meaningful involvement in her babies' and her children's lives and stop using them as a marketing tool to make money for herself!" [US MAGAZINE]
Octomom Nadya Suleman played coy about reports she once worked as a stripper in a new
interview."The only thing I'm going to say is we all have a past," Suleman said in an interview Thursday on ABC Radio Networks' syndicated show, Big Boy's Neighborhood, "and I don't want to resurrect the dead . . . It's dead...but no, not like as a career or job. Not like that."
Suleman's comments came in response to a National Enquirer report that the mother of the 14 had once worked as a stripper.
The magazine quoted a close friend of Suleman's revelation of her past.
"I was 18 and at a very investigative stage of my life . . . I had not even kissed a boy," Suleman had allegedly confided in her friend, according to the Enquirer. "But I entered a dance/lingerie contest in a club near my home. I danced and paraded in lingerie. Then, when I was 19, I went to a gentleman's club and performed as a topless dancer."
She reportedly realized that closer physical contact with patrons was expected, and balked.
"I only did it one night," Suleman reportedly said. "I quit when I found out I was expected to perform lap dances on the customers."
On Thursday's radio interview, Suleman talked about her state of mind when she decided to add eight babies to her brood that already included six children.
"I was thinking with my heart, not my head," Suleman said to host Big Boy.
When asked if her friends and family thought her choice was wise, Suleman responded, "Everybody, even the donor, he was like, are you crazy?"
She quickly clarified: "Crazy in the sense that I'm doing something out of the norm. Not crazy like mentally ill or anything. Just crazy like you're different from everyone else. Why would you do that?"
Later Thursday, Suleman brought two more of her octuplets home from the hospital. The arrival of Makai and Jeremiah brings to twelve the total number of children in Suleman's care at her four-bedroom home. [NY DAILY NEWS]