Nadya 'Octomom' Suleman to Address Child Neglect Claims on 'GMA' (EXCLUSIVE)
Nadya 'Octomom' Suleman was silent on Wednesday when media camped outside her La Habra, Calif., home quizzed her about the visit she received from police and investigators from the Orange County Social Services Agency the night prior.
Now, Celebuzz has learned, the 36-year-old mother-of-14 is saving her response for morning television, with an appearance locked up for ABC's Good Morning America on Thursday.
According to TMZ, Suleman's hair stylist visited her home and after seeing the condition of the place and the 14 kids filed the complaint.
In an interview Wednesday, La Habra police Sgt. Daniel Barnes said officers and social workers examined Suleman's home and did not find anything unusual.
The complaint alleged there was only one functioning toilet in the home and that the children had to use portable toilets outside the house. The person also claimed the children appeared unclean.
A source told Celebuzz: "Nadya is looking forward to responding to the claims that have been made. It's all B-S. The press is in her home weekly. Everyone knows how she lives in the house."
It's been a tough month for the controversial mother, who was subjected to death threats -- as she explained on NBC's Today (see below) -- when it emerged she had begun taking welfare payments.