Octomom Investigated for Welfare Fraud
Nadya “Octomom” Suleman may be looking at jail time for alleged welfare fraud.
The WFP&I has been investigating Suleman after getting a tip that she was collecting welfare in 2012, even though she allegedly grossed more than $200,000, says TMZ. The mom of 14 kids qualifies for welfare benefits if she earns less than $119,000 in a calendar year.
If convicted, Suleman could face three years in prison.