Octuplet mom Nadya Suleman just let go of her nannies, and now their attorney is firing back! Gloria Allred, who represents the Angels in Waiting nurses that were laid off by Nadya on March 23, told Today that the single mother of 14's children are in trouble. "The whole issue is an issue of security. Our nurses were rightfully concerned. After all, Nadya told the world where she lives, when those babies are coming home," Allred said on March 25.
"In one case, she had one of our nannies call 911 to report an intruder." Though the nurses filed three reports with Child Protective Services after working just five days in the family's La Habra, Calif., home, Nadya claims the unpaid help was just setting her up to fail. "Nadya felt she was being judged wrongfully and she didn't need it," says her lawyer Jeff Czech. The unemployed mom has become world-famous since giving birth to the longest surviving octuplets on January 26. Four of the infants are now at home with her six older children.