As her home fills up with babies, Octomom Nadya Suleman is firing some of her volunteer staff.
Nadya Suleman fired the four nannies from Angels in Waiting after one filed a report against her with Child Protective Services, said Nadya Suleman’s attorney Jeffrey Czech, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The attorney for the charity providing the free childcare, Gloria Allred, told Usmagazine.com via e-mail Monday: "We have no comment at this time. We will respond tomorrow afternoon with the true facts."
The 33-year-old unemployed single mother of 14 children today told RadarOnline that she wants to hire her own nannies instead. The first two octobabies, Isaiah and Noah, returned home last Tuesday night. Maliyah and Nariyah, each weighing a little over five pounds, were brought home on Saturday. Four of Nadya Suleman’s eight newborns remain at Kaiser Permanente, where they’ve been since their January delivery.
Octomom Nadya Suleman says name of her babies' dad is safe
Octomom Nadya Suleman said when she told the father of all 14 of her children that she was pregnant with octuplets, he was speechless.
"He couldn't talk. He couldn't even utter a word to me," she said. "He was so angry at the doctor. He said, 'Doesn't that doctor k 1000 now that you have five [sic] kids already?'"
And Nadya Suleman said she'll also remain speechless - promising never to divulge his identity, according to a video she posted Saturday on RadarOnline.
Nadya Suleman, 33, would say only that he's a foreign-born California resident in his late 30s and that he resembles her son Elijah.