Posted by | December 26, 2010 22:11 | Filed under: Top Stories

“Octomom” Nadya Suleman and her 14 children face eviction from their Southern California home for being $450,000 in arrears to the previous owner.

Amer Haddadin said he’ll evict Suleman if she and her lawyer Jeff Czech don’t pay the balance on the house by Friday. A balloon payment was due Oct. 9.

“I think they have money, but they are hiding the money,” Haddadin said.

Suleman and Czech were served notice on Dec. 2 by mail and by hand, Haddadin said. He expects the eviction to be speedy.

Suleman and her 14 children have lived in the 4-bedroom house for nearly two years, ever since she brought her octuplets home to the quiet cul-de-sac in La Habra, about 25 miles east of Los Angeles. Her father purchased the home for $565,000, including a $130,000 down payment.

Suleman couldn’t get a traditional bank loan because she is unemployed and has no income. Her father, Ed Doud, made a deal with Haddadin, who felt pity for a fellow Arab in a tough spot. Czech says Suleman has been making $4000 payments every month.

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