California reportedly going after Octomom for welfare fraud

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While you’ve been quietly enjoying your Cronuts, the state of California has been building a case against Octomom for welfare fraud.

TMZ reported a few weeks ago that Los Angeles County seized Nadya Suleman’s financial records in order to see if she had been underreporting her income. Now TMZ says officials have gotten ahold of her porn receipts and, much like the videos she produced, they ain’t pretty.

Suleman allegedly made more than $17,000 in six months for residuals alone.

Here’s the good news for Octomom (albeit bad news for taxpayers): Since she has so many children, she actually qualifies for welfare if she makes less than $119,000 a year. Yes, you read that right; you can expel more children in one sitting than an amphibian to try to get on TV and our broke state will support you. Incredible.

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