Cash-strapped 'octomom' to auction off items in US

Cash-strapped 'octomom' to auction off items in US

US “octomom” Nadya Suleman will sell off a number of personal items at a planned auction-style yard sale at her home.

This morning’s auction at La Habra, California is being hosted by radio personality David Gonzalez who goes by the name Tattoo.

Suleman, a single mother, famously gave birth to octuplets in 2009 and has 14 children.

Gonzalez told the Orange County Register that a bikini Suleman wore on the cover of tabloid magazines and other undergarments will be available at the sale.

Suleman’s lawyer said this month that her home faces foreclosure and that she is considering going on welfare.

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