Nadya Suleman, the infamous “Octomom,” and her 14 kids are facing a possible eviction from their 565,000 dollar four bedroom suburban home in La Habra.
Nadya Suleman was unable to make the mortgage payments on the property, and the home was officially given back to the bank.
According to TMZ, there were no bidders on the property this morning when it went to auction.
Amer Haddadin, the former owner of the home, lost the property after Octomom failed to pay him.
“They betrayed me big time,” Amer Haddadin told The Associated Press. “They destroyed my credit. Shame on them.”
Haddadin lived in the house for 11 years before selling it to Suleman’s father, Ed Doud, about three years ago for $115,000 down and a $450,000 promissory note. Doud promised to pay $4,000 monthly, but a $450,000 balloon payment was due in March 2010.
“In a way, I am very glad that she will be kicked out because she is irresponsible, for all the things she did. She doesn’t deserve it, the house,” he said.
“My credit is very valuable to me. I do business with my credit,” Haddadin added. “Now I am strangled. I don’t have anything to depend on.”
Steven Hirsh, co-founder of Vivid Entertainment, has offered to foot the bill.
Hirsh has repeatedly offered Suleman money to make adult movies. If the porn kingpin purchases the mortgage, he would not be foreclosing on the note or pressuring Suleman to make porn. Hirsh wants to use the mortgage as a conversation starter.
He plans to offer Suleman a position as a representative of Vivid, a job that would allow her to keep her clothes on.
Octomom had filed for bankruptcy after falling into $1million worth of debt.