Octomom bails on lease, leaves house filthy

Getty ImagesOctomom and her brood take off

Getty ImagesOctomom and her brood take off

Octomom further proved that she is one triflin’ lady after breaking the lease on her SoCal home and leaving the joint in major disarray.

“It smelled like urine,” RadarOnline reports the landlord as saying. “The Jersey Shore” kids left their Seaside Heights flat in better shape, if a source on RadarOnline is to be believed. Graffiti-covered walls, stained carpets, half eaten food, empty booze bottles and other garbage allegedly filled the Palmdale house.

Octomom, aka Nadya Suleman, has previously been reported to authorities about conditions that her 14 children have lived under. No one seems to know where she and her brood have moved to, so if you hear some rustling in the rafters you might want to lock the liquor cabinet.

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