Octomom to get yet another visit from Child Protective Services
Los Angeles County Child Protective Services officials are planning to visit Octomom Nadya Suleman's house in California yet again after someone made an anonymous call to the agency last Friday over concerns about the welfare of her 14 children.
"Social workers from DCFS will be visiting Nadya's Palmdale home this week to do a welfare check," RadarOnline quoted a source as saying.
"Officials are trying to get a hold of Nadya and speak to her, but have so far been unable to reach her. Under the law anytime someone makes a report about a child being in either physical or emotional danger an investigation will be launched and a visit to the home is legally required.
"Social workers will most likely want to speak to all 14 children individually," the source said
Suleman is currently in rehab undergoing treatment for Xanax addiction, but she doesn't seem to be taking it very seriously as she has been in Tennessee filming a spoof video.
According to a source, Nadya was filming a shoot with Cledus T. Judd, a country music artist known for his parodies of popular songs.
"Nadya has been in Tennessee since at least Monday where she's filming a spoof in which she gets married to Cledus," the source said.
"She was extremely annoying to everyone on set and her crazy laugh scared all the geese off!" the source said.
According to the insider, while Nadya is supposed to be in rehab, she was paid 1,500 dollars to do the shoot and her airfare and accommodations were also paid for.
"It's interesting that Nadya's son filed a restraining order by a member of her manager's team stating that Suleman is unavailable due to being in rehab," the source said.
"When really, she's just off making money and taking a break from her kids.
"There is genuine concern about the well-being of Nadya's children. DCFS will want to know who is taking care of these kids, and are the older ones regularly attending school?
"Have the kids talked to Nadya while she is away? Nadya is allegedly in rehab for prescription drug abuse, so did the kids have access to any of those medications? These are answers that social workers need answers for," the insider added.
The visit from social workers will take place later this week.