This week’s In Touch showcases the first-ever magazine cover featuring an exclusive photo of “Octomom” Nadya Suleman and six of her eight newborn babies, plus 12 never-before-seen photos from inside their home.
Those who have been inside Nadya’s new four-bedroom house in La Habra, Calif., paint a disturbing picture. “These babies should be placed in foster care,” Gloria Allred, an attorney for Angels in Waiting, which provided free nursing service to Nadya, tells In Touch. “There they would receive the individualized care that the babies need and deserve.”
Nadya may soon get the chance to prove she is a good mom on her own reality television series. According to an insider, a deal is in place for her to be filmed 24/7 for a reality TV show as soon as sons Jonah and Josiah are released from the hospital. “It’s about Nadya trying to raise 14 children while looking for love,” the insider explains.
Check out the new issue of In Touch, on-sale now, for more - including eight pages of exclusive photos.