Nadya Suleman and her mother face foreclosure.

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The octuplets still aren't home from the hospital, but Nadya is already facing a serious financial problem. Recent reports say she and her mother could lose their home to foreclosure—payments on the house have not been made since May 2008.

And Ed, who lives overseas for work, says he used most of his savings since returning to the United States and now has just $100 left. "I have either one week, maybe two weeks maximum. Then I have to go back," he says. "Do I really want to be 10,000 miles away from my grandchildren who I love so much? But I have to."
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FROM: The Octuplet Controversy: Dr. Oz Weighs In
Published on February 24, 2009
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