Octomom could be homeless

February 19th, 2009 - 1:22 pm ICT by ANI  

Washington, February 19 (ANI): The house that harbours Nadya Suleman, the history-making mum of newborn octuplets, and her parents is standing on a 10-month-outstanding mortgage.

Her mum Angela Suleman lives with her six older grandchildren and would soon have the house overflowing after her daughter returns with her eight babies from the hospital.

The Octuplets granny, who bought the house with an adjustable rate mortgage on March 8, 2006, is facing a 23,225-dollar debt on a 453,750-dollar note and has not delivered any of her monthly 1,512 dollar instalments since last April.

“It’’s tough times we are in right now,” People magazine quoted her as saying.

On being questioned if she had been in negotiations with her lender, IndyMac Federal Bank of Pasadena, Calif., Suleman replied, “I haven”t even had time right now, but I”m sure I could do something.”

Nadya had given birth to the octuplets in late January at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Centre in Los Angeles. (ANI)

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