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Octomom goes ‘home’ to a cheaper digs for her brood of 14

Octomom – the mother of octuplets and six other children – will be moving to Palmdale, Calif. because her Orange County house was foreclosed on. She'll get more room for her money, which is coming from her porn movie and phone-call service.

By AP / September 13, 2012

Octomom – Nadya Suleman – is moving here to Palmdale, Calif. a distant exurb of Los Angeles, where she has found a new home which gets her more space for her money.

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LA HABRA, Calif.

Octomom Nadya Suleman and her 14 children are moving to the high desert Los Angeles commuter exurb of Palmdale where she can get more space for her money.

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Ms. Suleman's manager, Gina Rodriguez, tells the Orange County Register (bit.ly/PjzgmC) the woman who gave birth to octuplets in January 2009 has leased a home in the town 60 miles north of Los Angeles for $2,150 a month.

Suleman's octuplets, as well as the six children she had before the octuplets, were conceived through fertility treatments.

Suleman has been living in a four-bedroom home in the Orange County suburb of La Habra since shortly after her octuplets were born. The home has become a sort of tourist stop for the curious. After she fell several months behind in her mortgage payments, the house went into foreclosure and has been taken back by the bank.

Ms. Rodriguez says Suleman is making money these days from a porn video she released in June and an arrangement in which people pay $10 a minute to talk to her on the phone.

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