This morning, we explained that Nadya Suleman, aka Octo-Mom, was in court to ask a judge to deny an appeal for outside guardianship of the money her children would make through any of her media, exploiting endeavors.
Today, that request has been firmly DENIED!
The judge is now allowing the Department of Social Services to conduct a full-blown investigation in order to make a recommendation regarding the guardianship of the children’s estate. No one is more thrilled with this outcome than Gloria Allred, the attorney whose been out for Octo-blood since Nadya first opened her trap.
After the hearing, Gloria made this statement:
"We are very happy that the court has upheld the law and allowed us to proceed with our case and our efforts to protect Nadya Suleman’s octuplets. Nadya Suleman’s attorneys attempted to dismiss our case but failed in their efforts. Although it is a victory for us, it is more importantly a victory for Nadya Suleman’s octuplets.
We are also very pleased that the court has invited the Department of Social Services to conduct an investigation and file a report and recommendation to the court. It appears to us that the court wants to be sure that the children’s interests are protected.
Our client Paul Petersen’s paramount concern is the best interests of the children. We look forward to our next date in court on this matter."
That next court date will be October 29th and we're sure that it will have the same outcome as today's did. We bet, if she thought she could, Gloria would keep fighting and fighting until Nadya had no kids left!
Wouldn't that be a swift kick in the ass?!
We're not sorry you lost your case, Nadya, but we are sorry for your kids who'll have to hear you whine about it when you get home. Poor little tykes.
[Image via Buzz Foto.]