The mother of 14 is ditching Orange County
for the hills of Santa Clarita.
Nadya Suleman, 33, better known as Octo-mom, will be making
Santa Clarita her new home.
Suleman’s PR firm released the news that the mother of
fourteen will be moving into a home on the 26000 block of Oak Terrace in Westridge.
Octo-mom recently tried to move into a home in La Habra, but due to
backlash from neighbors and the presence of black mold in the drywall it, was
She chose the six-bedroom home because she is able to offer
more comfort to her children, putting only two in each room.
“The house is so nice, it’s everything I dreamed,” said
Suleman. “I’m so fortunate that I was
able to get this home, and the pool and slide will be perfect for my kids as
they grow up.”
Bob Kellar was the acting real estate agent who closed the
deal for Suleman.
“Sweet Lord it’s gonna be great to welcome this young mother
to our valley,” said Kellar, who also serves as a council member for the city of
Santa Clarita. “You know we looked at a lot of places in the
city but I think she will be much happier in the unincorporated part of Los Angeles County, where Supervisor Mike Antonovich
has graciously donated fourteen puppies from the Castaic Animal Shelter.”
The price of the home was not released, but an undisclosed
source close to the family said that the home was given to her on the grounds
that she sign her first-born over to an endorsement contract with a large
corporation specializing in cheese-based snack foods.
Suleman also chose the Santa Clarita area because of the
close proximity to Henry Mayo, where she is able to receive special care for
her eight premature babies.
“I’m sure we’ll be there a lot,” Suleman said of the hospital. “I can’t wait for the hospital expansion to
be done, maybe they’ll name a wing after me.”
Residents in the area have mixed reviews about Suleman’s new
“I’m excited to have her here, she’s a walking miracle,”
said a neighbor. “It's exciting, maybe
they’ll all join the West Ranch baseball team.”
“I can't believe this women is coming to our area,” said an
outraged neighbor. “I paid good money
for my home and her kids are gonna run amuck in the neighborhood and destroy my
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