The Octo-Mom is still not satisfied with the amount of attention she is getting.
She needs more, more, MORE.
Yesterday, a mere day after the premiere of her craptastic documentary, Nadya Suleman found herself in court, speaking with a judge about the finances of her children. This court case focused on the money her children would and should receive from such a filming and determine if an independent guardian should be appointment to oversee those funds.
Though Nadya has insisted there is no need for a guardian, anyone who turned her documentary on for five seconds should see that is not the case. When a dirt poor woman, with no job, spends money on a tattoo during a time of financial difficulty, you know she doesn't have a mind for money.
She'll spend those kids' cash faster than you can say "I screwed up my life. I screwed up my kids' lives. … What was I thinking?"
Oh wait, sorry, that's what Nadya said during her documentary.
Yeah, she sound like she is mentally sound enough not to squander whatever money those kids make!
Unless the judge is blind, deaf, and gullible, an independent guardian is sure to be appointed.
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