Feb.3 - Nadya Suleman was in court to face charges of welfare fraud. Rough Cut (No Reporter Narration)
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Nadya Suleman, better known as the so-called "Octomom" was in court Monday (Feb 3) to face welfare fraud charges brought against her for allegedly failing to report income when she applied for public assistance.
The mother of octuplets and six other children is charged with failing to disclose nearly 30 thousand dollars in income she earned as a topless dancer and adult film actress during the first six months of last year.
Suleman made headlines in 2009 after delivering her octuplets, which she conceived through in vitro fertilization while on public assistance. She already had six children.
Her case has been continued until March.
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