Octomom probed over welfare fraud claim

Getty Images File PhotoOctomom accused of welfare fraud

Getty Images File PhotoOctomom accused of welfare fraud

Nadya Suleman, aka Octomom, is under investigation for welfare fraud, several sources report. TMZ says that someone tipped off the authorities about her reported income in 2012 versus what she has claimed in order to be eligible for food stamps and other aid.

Here’s the kicker: The source claims she made almost $200,000 last year, but in order for her to receive welfare she needed to make less than $119,000 since she has 14 kids. So in other words, if you intentionally have more than a dozen children you are going to be helped out by our broke state if you make up to $120,000. Yeah that sounds fair.

Throw in the fact that she has had substance abuse issues, has done pornography and strips, and even the most hardened progressives shudder at her motherhood. You suck, Octomom. If convicted for fraud she could face up to three years in prison.

 

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