LA HABRA, Calif. (AP) - Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman says she is caught up on her Southern California home mortgage payments and is no longer delinquent.
Suleman, who lives in the La Habra home with her 14 children, told the KROQ radio show "Kevin & Bean" on Thursday that she is no longer in imminent danger of losing her house.
Suleman lawyer's said last month that she was considering going on welfare to make ends meet.
Amer Haddadin, the man who has been threatening to foreclose, told the Orange County Register that he decided to accept $6,500 for September and October house payments because he knows Suleman is strapped for money.
A $450,000 balloon payment still looms.
Suleman gave birth to the world's only living set of octuplets in 2009.