Octomom Nadya Suleman Charged With Welfare Fraud
Nadya Suleman, dubbed the Octomom, has been charged with welfare fraud for accepting public assistance while earning thousands of dollars.
Suleman, according to USA Today, allegedly received $30,000 from residual video fees and public appearances while on public assistance.
She’ll be arraigned in court on Friday and is facing two counts of perjury and one count of aid by misrepresentation.
If Suleman is convicted, she could face up to six years in prison.
Suleman, who has fourteen children, applied for public assistance last January.