It's early in the week but there's still enough news out for a little update in the land of Octupletgate. (And please, don't act like you don't want to know more details.)
Here are three interesting tidbits:
- The publicists hired to represent octuplet mom, Nadya Suleman, have quit because they've received death threats. Joann Killeen, president of Killeen Furtney Group, told the Los Angeles Times that the Los Angeles Police Department said the threats were "the worst they had seen since the O.J. Simpson case." Jeez.
- Suleman was interviewed by U.K rag, The Sun. Guess what? She revealed that she has a nanny and pays her US$500 a week. We wonder why this piece of news wasn't revealed during her NBC Dateline interview. Suleman also said she doesn't date and doesn't plan on dating until her babies are 18.
- And lastly, it appears Suleman has reconciled with her once-bitter and angry mom. Or maybe someone told Angela Suleman to stop knocking her daughter around in the media--that's happening enough already without family snark. Grandma Suleman told CBS "Morning Show" that her daughter was a good mom. But I'm certain that Grandma isn't all that hot about taking care of eight more kids, even if they are freaking adorable.
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