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Octo-Fight On A Plane!!!

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There is one part of this story that is really baffling to us. Let's see if you can guess what it is!

Over the weekend, Nadya "Octo-Mom" Suleman and her brood of 2-year-olds flew from New York City to Los Angeles. For those of you who don't know, that's a 6+ hours flight, which would drive a parent with one child absolutely insane, let alone eight.

So there Nadya is, with eight kids in business class, all of them screaming their heads off. The flight has ben delayed two hours and this woman just can NOT quiet her children. The wails and screams of her children started to disrupt the other passengers, including 3rd Rock from the Sun star Kristen Johnston. After enduring the children for an hour or so, she marched over to the Octo-mom and demanded she keep her kids in check.

Nadya's rep, who was contacted after the plane arrived in El Lay, explains that Nadya fired back, "How would you like me to keep eight 2-year-olds quiet?" To which Kristen allegedly responded, "Get more help!"

A small verbal quarrel continued from there, but not for long. Soon, Kristen was collecting her stuff and booking if for the exit. She left the plane and never returned. When Nadya was asked about the incident in LAX, not only was she unaware that Kristen was a celebrity, but she added, "I guess there's some people that don't like kids."

Or, they don't like paying thousands of extra dollars to sit in business class only to be surrounded by screaming kids. Which reminds us - HOW DID YOU AFFORD THAT, NADYA?

Nine seats in business class? Isn't your house in foreclosure or something? Where's this money coming from???

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41 comments to “Octo-Fight On A Plane!!!”



  1. 1

    She was on the Today show, they must have forked ove the cash for the flight.



  2. 2

    Keeping 8 2yr olds quiet on an airplane would be a nightmare for anyone, maybe the stewardess' should of helped. That actress just added to the drama by stomping over and demanding thatOcto mom do something that she clearly couldnt do. As far as how she could afford the seats, perhaps she was on her way to some gig that was paying for the travel arrgmts, regardless, its not your business Perez.



  3. 3

    She's an idiot. I get not being able to control 8 2-year old kids, but no one told her to have 8 of them at the same time.
    Plus what does not liking screaming brats have to do with not liking kids. Some people like kids, but i don't think any sane person likes when they act obnoxious, especially when you're stuck with them for hours.
    Plus some people think everyone should think their kids are cute, even when they are being rude. It's not cute at all, and no one thinks your kids are cute (not just aiming this at octomom, but mostly those stupid lazy parents, even certain soccer moms), so stop being a self centered asshole and do your job as a parent by taking care of your kids.



  4. 4

    The Today show paid for them you Fuckin Pedophile/Woman Hater/Future Serial Killer



  5. 5

    Perez, do some research and use some common sense. She was on the Today show, they pay and most of airlines call coach "business class" now. There is only business and first class, and First class wont allow 8 kids.



  6. 6

    chill out everyone who is screaming at Perez for not pointing out that the Today Show "paid for her flight" . they actually didn't pay her a dime for that interview if you took it one step further to GOOGLE it but thanks for your riveting point of view.



  7. 7

    Excuse me but it's not the sterwardess or airplane staff job to take care of 8 screaming two year olds! Nor should people in that airplane that paid money for their tickets whether it be coach, business, or first class should have to deal with kids screaming either. I'm a mother and make sure my kids behave and I expect the same from other parents to do the same for their children. Unfortunately, parents today are lazy as hell and make excuses and blame others for not liking children. Who the hell likes obnoxious kids? Maybe she should do an interview from home next time instead of parading herself all over the place. If the network is willing to pay her airplane tickets then maybe she should tell them to pay for some help for the kids too…better yet leave the kids stay at home with someone for a day and do your stupid interviews.



  8. 8

    I don't see that how she paid for the plane tickets is any of your business Perez, but the logical conclusion is that they were paid for by the Today Show. Why would she pay her own way to appear on a show? If they wanted her and her brood on, then they would have funded her travel.



  9. 9

    Re: Pretty Boys Are Forever – You are right. For a woman who already had 6 kids to go ahead and have 8 more is ridiculous. She had all those babies and can't possibly look after them properly. I like kids, but who likes being on a plane with screaming children? She should have told the Today show that she would require help with the kids on the plane. If they can afford 9 business class seats, surely they could have afforded to hire a nanny for the flight.



  10. 10

    Sorry, Kristen, you're being a class-A bitch here.

    Regardless of how many kids Nadia has, she's doing the best she can. Get your own first class ticket next time and STFU.



  11. 11

    Ugh she is disgusting. She cannot properly care for her children or attend to their needs. With so many children and not enough help.. she shouldn't even be flying. I assume that whatever television network of magazine that was flying her out was paying for her tickets- they should have booked them their own flight on a smaller plane. And if she was the one who paid for them.. wait never mind.. no need to finish that thought- we all know shes BROKE.



  12. 12

    If you can't/won't control your wretched brats, you have no business flying with them. The airline is at fault here. They should have kicked her off the flight. Flying is expensive and I would have demanded a refund.



  13. 13

    This story is blown out of proportion and as much as I dislike Nadya, I believee Kristin was in the wrong her.

    1. The today show is the one that forked over the cash.
    2. The plane was delayed OVER 2 HOURS.
    3. You can't force children to stay quiet.

    There is no reason why ANYONE should have approached Nadya over something she could not control. They are toddlers who have maybe at best a 10 minute attention span who are forced to remain seated and they can't understand why. If it bugged her that much she should have left quietly or offered help herself. Arguing in front of anyone's kids in not the answer.



  14. 14

    If you can't control your dogs in public, you leash them or muzzle them, whatever it takes., or you just don't take them out in public.

    If you can't control your children in public, you just don't take them out in public.



  15. 15

    Re: jellsffs

    It is NOT the flight attendants job to control your children and if she cant handle 8 children at once then she shouldnt have had them. There is a lot to be said for personal responsibility….and this psychotice atttention getter doesnt seem to have any.



  16. 16

    On the flight to New York people tweeted that the babies had dirty diapers. Sounds like typical poor mothering from this woman. Octomom can't be bothered to change diapers herself.



  17. 17

    Yeah, I'm sure it is hard to keep 8 2-year olds quiet, but that's why you either DON'T HAVE THEM or hire help!

    Those kids are going to be out of control when they're older. If she's not disciplining them now and there's 8 of them, just give it a few more years.



  18. 18

    someone please assassinate this woman



  19. 19

    Re: CHOmyGod – They don't pay for "interviews" they do pay for plane flights. Not onl for the 2 yr olds but the other children as well. PEREZ knows this. he wanted a reaction. The "today" shows and other shows like "don't pay for interviews and then pay 10, ooo to 300,000 for say a photo licensing fee the guest brings to the show……………..Ignorance is bliss



  20. 20

    And one more thing: For those of you who are saying she needs to discipline her children, there is mountains of research available to you via the internet that says children under the age of 3 do not understand the concept of discipline. If you spank, take something away, etc. after they do something you don't like they simply don't understand why.
    The best thing to do when on a plane is to provide plenty of distractions but after 2 hours of being forced to sit in one place any child is going to be acting out.



  21. 21

    Re: JungianQueen – How the hell is she a bitch? She paid for her business class ticket and all that comes with one. Having 8 kids screaming their heads off for 6 hours is unacceptable. She had every right to say something about it. If they're too much to handle, get help. There are airlines where Nadya would be the one getting kicked off for not being able to control her kids.



  22. 22

    Seriously? Assholes. All of you. An airplane is PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. Anything can happen and they are 2 year old children. What do you expect when you are taking public transportation to get to another location? Calm the F down. What, a parent with 2 year olds (even 2 of them could get noisy and rowdy) can't ride public transportation if she can't keep her kids quiet? That is insane.



  23. 23

    Re: JackieMichele – As the mother of a less-than-three year old, I can tell you that's not true. "Stop, or you won't get to go swimming," or "If you can't play nicely I'll take your toy away" works fine on my well-mannered toddler.

    Well-mannered, but I still won't travel long distances with her, since I know how toddlers behave and I don't want to be *that* person.



  24. 24

    How about it's not appropriate to take 8 two-year-olds on a plane, unless it's an emergency, which this wasn't. This is like an entire daycare class.



  25. 25

    Re: subwayduck – I agree with you! I have a two year old who understands if she doesn't stop (bad thing) then she will sit on the naughty step. She has only sat there 4 times tops because just the threat is enough to get her to stop. So yeah I think she gets it.
    I think Octopig was in the wrong on this one! If you can not control your children in public stay the fuck home! I HATE getting on a plane and listening to a child act obnoxious or cry. It's one thing if they are very young, but her kids are over 2 1/2!



  26. 26

    Re: myopinionrules – Exactly! I've been on flights where just one 2 year sounded like 8 because of the screaming, etc. It sucks, but it happens. Sounds more like the has been actress was trying to get some attention because she recognized Suleman. I wonder if she would've yelled any other random person whose child/children were loud.



  27. 27

    Aren't 2 year olds still free to fly?



  28. 28

    I know its hard to control one 2 year old let alone 8 but im sorry I shouldnt have to deal with your screaming children when i paid for my ticket



  29. 29

    Re: Moogle80
    It's "business class" not a fucking spa.



  30. 30

    Maybe everyone telling her not to bring her children into public should stay home themselves? You never know when you're going to have to deal with something or someone super annoying so how about you just never leave that basement?

    I think she's an idiot, too, but give me a fucking break. How was she supposed to get them home?



  31. 31

    Re: eat_shit_bebe – She shouldn't have taken them in the first place. That's the thing. If these people really wanted to interview her, they should have gone to her. She shouldn't fly her young children cross-country, especially on their own.

    If she were taking a bus across town, that's one thing. Or a train–there's room for kids to stand and walk–at least a little bit. I took mine on a five-hour train ride and it went well–we sat in the dining car and watched DVDs for a lot of it. But a plane–there's no escape, no place to move about, and the quarters are insanely close.



  32. 32

    While I understand, having has 2 younger siblings myself, that handling a 2 year old is difficult especially in a situation where a flight was delayed; it is a parent's responsibility to manage their child in public. If someone is paying money to fly somewhere, eating a nice dinner out, etc they should not have to deal with your children acting out. As a parent, it is Nadya's responsibility to either hire help or find a means of transportation where her children won't disturb others. The airline is at fault here for not removing her and her children from the flight.



  33. 33

    Re: subwayduck – EXACTLY! She took them or insisted they fly to NYC KNOWING it was going to be a circus. You think Nadya DIDN'T know that it would be pandemonium?! It's attention and pity for her. I don't blame Kristin one bit. I also wouldn't be surprised if Nadya asked to be flown out with her 8 kids. If that is indeed the case, then why not ask for an escort or something to help with the kids? That's just insane.



  34. 34

    I'm sure whatever media outlet had paid for her to fly out for an interview also footed the bill for the business class seats.



  35. 35

    There is nothing more annoying than a long flight + annoyng children. Planes should have a children section for those parents that can't control their kids…it's a lot of money we pay to have to deal with kids that can NOT behave. I am not a child hater by the way, I am just for what's fair ; )



  36. 36

    I wish Kristen would have punched her in her stupid fat lips.



  37. 37

    She has no control over her brats. They shoul be put up for adoption. It's bad enough being in close quarters on a plane, but when there's crying brats, it makes it wose.



  38. 38

    Re: eat_shit_bebe – Haha and from that comment I'm guessing you've never flown in the class. What kind of comparison is that anyway?!



  39. 39

    Re: myopinionrules – Business class or First class aren't exactly what I would call 'public transportation', most of the public travel coach. When you pay (a hell of a lot more) money for Business or First you are allowed to have certain expectations. Not having to deal with 8 yelling children is one of them (although I'm sure if she were travelling coach someone would have said something as well).



  40. 40

    You folks must not fly very much…NO, "business class" isn't the same as coach. Some international carriers have economy-business-first but that's not how it goes in the USA or on non-international flights. On domestic flights there's business class, there's economy plus on some flights, and there's economy. So yes, Kristen Johnson had forked out the bucks for the most expensive section on the plane. The JFK - LAX corridor is usually glutted with business people, too, so chances are good that there were a lot of people on that flight trying to work or sleep.

    Nobody paid to hear Octomom's brood scream for six hours. If she couldn't control those kids herself it behooved her to hire some help or get someone to accompany her. It's not the airline's job to play babysitter and it's not anyone else's task to put up with her stupid kids. I hope the airline reimbursed every single other BC passenger for the inconvenience.



  41. 41

    And before anyone says I hate kids: I have two. They've been flying since they were babies. When they were little I NEVER would have taken them in business class. I always made sure I flew with another adult who could help. I flew redeyes so they'd be tired and sleep; I made sure they had something to drink during takeoff and some Benadryl so their ears wouldn't get stuffed up. Nobody EVER had an issue with them on a plane. Yes, that's two instead of eight but the point is that it IS possible to fly with little ones and still be considerate to those around you.