Nadya Suleman — the serial mom who made the international D-List after giving birth to the world’s first surviving set of octuplets in Jan. 2009 — is on the verge of filing for public assistance after a myriad of Get-Rich-Quick schemes fell by the wayside.
On Friday, Suleman snoop told RadarOnline.com that TV executives are uninterested in a reality series starring the media-dubbed Octomom. And a deal with the Game Show Network also hit the skids. Suleman, who was receiving food stamps when her eight youngest children were born, is reportedly behind on her mortgage payments. In fact, Nadya can’t even afford to pay the team of nannies she needs to help care for her brood of 14.
“Nadya will never come out publicly and say she’s going on welfare, but everyone close to her and familiar with her situation knows that it’s going to happen very, very soon,” says a tipster. “She needs the money. She has no choice at this point…There’s just no choice. She’s running out of money and those kids need to eat.”