WHITTIER - The octuplets and their six siblings could lose their crib.
The home where Nadya Suleman lives with her mother is in danger of foreclosure, according to documents obtained Wednesday.
Suleman, who gave birth to six boys and two girls on Jan. 26, lives in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home owned by her mother, Angela Suleman. Documents show that Angela Suleman is $23,224.98 overdue in her mortgage for the home in the 13600 block of Sunrise Drive and has not made a payment since May 2008.
No one at the home answered the door Wednesday, though children could be heard playing inside.
Nadya Suleman, 33, has been criticized for undergoing in-vitro fertilization despite already having six children younger than 7. The final round of IVF resulted in the longest-living octuplets in history, who remain in good condition at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center.
Suleman is single, unemployed and supporting her large family with student loans, food stamps and disability payments.