Dr. Phil McGraw has revealed that a distraught Nadya "Octo-Mom Suleman" reached out to him on Tuesday for advice because the hospital that's currently caring for the premature Octo-Babies may not allow her to take them home.
"What she is telling me is that unless and until she has a better living arrangement, that they are not likely to release the children to her," said Dr. Phil to the Los Angeles Times.
Sidenote, Octopussy and Dr. Phil have a pre-existing relationship, so it's not odd that she called him in her time of need. She's set to appear on two episodes of his show (the first of which is scheduled to air today, Wednesday).
The Octo-Babies' hospital, Kaiser in Bellflower, CA, has refused to comment on the dramz Dr. Phil blabbed about.
But, a neonatal nurse who works at another Kaiser branch provided some insights. Social workers apparently evaluate parents of very premature babies to determine what services the children and family may be entitled to.
"If they feel there's a risk to a baby, they contact Child Protective Services and Child Protective Services would make a determination as to whether or not there's a reason for concern," said the nurse.
Things aren't looking great for Nadya!
She's unemployed, lives off government assistance and could find herself homeless with the Octo-Babies and the six other kids that preceded them!
All y'all know Nadya and her six other kids have been living with Octo-Granny who's $23,000 behind in mortgage payments.
Octo-Mom, kids and Granny may be out on the streets if the outstanding monies aren't paid by May 5th!
We just want to see all 14 kids properly looked after!