Nadya Suleman, aka the infamous Octomom is now receiving some heat after investigators are looking into possible fraudulent documents that the mom-of-14 submitted to receive government welfare.
The Los Angeles County Department of Welfare Fraud Prevention started their investigation last month and have now reportedly run into evidence that support their claims.
Financial records, including the ones uncovered from Wicked Pictures, the adult entertainment company that produced Octomom’s porn video showed that she raked in over $150,000 last year, an amount that more than disqualifies her for welfare. According to the 1099 documents, Suleman made almost $33,000 off her adult video, and received income from other entertainment companies. However, despite her sufficient income, the mom still collected over $60,000 in welfare.
The investigation is still ongoing, but Suleman could face possible jailtime if convicted for fraud.