LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Southern California mother of octuplets
says she's paying for her latest residence, not her father.
In a video posted online today, Nadya Suleman takes viewers on a
walk-through of the four-bedroom, three-bath home where she plans
to live with her 14 children. Suleman says the money is coming from
"opportunities" she's been offered but she wasn't specific.
In the video posted on RadarOnline.com, Suleman disputes earlier
remarks by the house's listing agent, who said her father was
buying the home.
Suleman says she made the initial payment on the house, which
she says she's leasing with an option to buy.
She also says she had been hoping to receive some donations to
support the children's care, but has not gotten any.