TBT May 5, 2009: "Octo-Mom! Remember that shit show? It was a real pop culture moment! This was before she turned to porn! And before she defrauded the government out of money! Wonder what good ol' Nadya is up to these days? She's been… gone!"
Well, that didn't take long!
Not that we really thought it would.
Nadya Suleman is ready to fight back against this lawsuit the best way she knows how…
Through the media.
In a new interview, Octo-Mom denies signing any contract to be in a reality series (contradicting her previous statements) and admits that there will probably be more lawsuits filed against her, but she says:
"Am I going to acknowledge any of them? Probably not. Because there's no grounds for anything. If anyone wants to do that though, feel free to try…"
However, the confidante stressed that authorities aren't sure if the pill's presence had anything to do with the songsmith's death.
Whether or not the drug contributed to the musician's untimely end, sources have admitted that the rocker had been hooked on the opioid for years, and was even supposed to meet with an addiction specialist the day after he died.
Reports have also said that the emergency landing the 57-year-old made the week before his death was so he could receive emergency treatment for an overdose.
Plus, we do know that the DEA and the US Attorney are both involved in the ongoing investigation.
But we won't know for sure how Prince died until his autopsy results come out.
The Pretty Little Liars regular who currently appears in the major motion picture Mother's Day looks hotter than lava on the cover of Cosmo in a red swimsuit with strategic cut-outs and very plunging scoop neckline.
50 Cent certainly feels bad for making fun a teenager with autism on social media.
How do we know this? Well, because the Candy Shop rapper just threw down a sizable chunk of change to Autism Speaks because of the unfortunate incident.
As you may recall, Fiddy was facing a potential lawsuit after he accused Andrew Farrell of being high at work in a Twitter video, when the youngster actually suffered both autism and Asperger's syndrome. Initially, the family was seeking to get $1 million for the 19 year old's GoFundMe page but then lessened their request by asking the A-lister to give $10,000 to the autism advocacy group.