‘Octomom’ bankruptcy case tossed out

05/16/2012 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // justicenews // Justice News Flash // (press release)

La Habra, CA – After a failure on her part to file required documents for her claim, a judge has thrown out the bankruptcy case of Nadya Suleman. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Suleman, who became widely referred to in the media as ‘Octomom’ following the birth of her octuplets in 2009, is said to have not filed paperwork showing an inability to pay as much as $1 million in purported debt, leading her case to be tossed out in court on Tuesday.

Suleman filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in April, after the unemployed single mother of 14 had incurred debt to over a reported 20 parties. There is reportedly a pending foreclosure on her current home, which can now proceed following the case being thrown out in court.

As noted by the AP, Suleman conceived each of her children via in vitro fertilization. The octuplets are the longest living set in the world.

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