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Octomom Police Investigating Child Neglect Claims

0_3hleausf_0_ff9hqiztThe La Habra Police Department and the Orange County Dept. of Family and Children’s Services showed up at the home of Octomom Nadya Suleman Tuesday night, after receiving a complaint from her hairstylist that the mother of 14 allows her kids to live in horrendous conditions.

Octomom’s hairstylist went to the PD today and she tells us … she told cops she has been in the house and seen the following:

– the plumbing is a disaster … there is only one working toilet in the house
– some of the kids are pooping on portable training toilets located in their bedrooms and in the backyard
– the kids appear malnourished and unbathed
– she observed Octomom locking her kids in a bedroom while she tended to personal matters
– the house is filthy

The stylist made other allegations as well.

When the cop and 3 Children’s Services workers arrived and walked inside, you can hear Octo say, “Excuse the graffiti.” 

The authorities stayed an hour-and-a-half and left.  We’re told they determined the kids were not in danger so they weren’t removed from the home, but there will be a follow-up with Children’s Services.

We’re told the authorities will continue to investigate.

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