Nadya Suleman, the mother of those eight tiny in vitro-created babies, is waiting for the right price for her first interview.
And yes, we’re talking millions.
The mother of 14 kids is asking for $2 million for her octuplets story.
Oh, and she would also like a TV career as a child-care expert.
Wow. How about scam artist instead?
The divorced working mom lives in her parents’ three-bedroom house in Whittier, Calif.
What do you think? Is this all a big ruse to make millions? Who has so many kids with in vitro? Who can afford it? That’s pretty darned expensive! How did she afford it?
What do you think?
Photo: Dr. Harold Henry, right, a member of the octuplets’ delivery team at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Bellflower, leaves a news conference with neonatologist Mandhir Gupta, left, and Karen Maples, chief of service for obstetrics and gynecology.
Lori Shepler/ L.A. Times