Octomom – Nadya Suleman On Welfare $2,000 Month

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source & Full Story Credit: TMZ

Photo Credit: Google – bittenandbound.com

Posted: Saturday March 31, 2012 @ 6:30 p.m PST


Nadya Suleman - Octomom Photo Credit Google - bittenandbound.com



According to TMZ,    Octomom is doing what she swore she would never do — go on welfare … TMZ has learned.
The mother of 14 is getting $2,000 a month from the State of California. The money is deposited directly into a special debit card account (see above).


The card can ONLY be used for food — and it’s closely monitored by the State to make sure the cardholder isn’t making illegal purchases — i.e., buying a bike at Costco.
It’s a cruel twist, for a woman who vowed in 2010 — a year after giving birth to octuplets — she would NEVER go on welfare, saying she refused to become “a self-fulfilling prophecy” by accepting government assistance.
Octo qualified for the card because her income is less than $119,000 a year … and a family of 15 that makes less than that amount is entitled to welfare benefits.
In case you’re wondering, the $119,000 figure is based on an average of just under $8,000 for each member of the household. The more kids, the more you can make and still receive welfare.
We’re told the cash-strapped mom has taken her children out of private school, except for her one son who has autism, saving her $4,000 a month. And as we first reported, she’s even posing topless to make ends meet. But it just wasn’t enough.
It’s a sad story, but one we saw coming from a mile away.

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