Octomom -- From Death Threats to 'Doing Fine'
EXCLUSIVE: Only "Extra" spoke to Octuplet Mom Nadya Suleman after reports surfaced that she received death threats against her and her 14 children. While leaving her home in Whittier, California, she told "Extra," "I'm doing fine."
It is also reported Suleman's mother, Angela Suleman, made bank for an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com. Nadya's publicist Joann Killeen told the L.A. Weekly, "I had to put a gag on Nadya's mother, who sold her out to RadarOnline. They paid her $40,000 to sell [Nadya] out, and she can't talk about her daughter for three months." Reports that claim RadarOnline paid Nadya's mother for her story remain unconfirmed, and sources dish that the said reports are not true.
TV judge Jeanine Pirro gives "Extra" her prediction for the Suleman family, "I don't think there's any question child welfare will get involved in this case."