“Octomom” Nadya Suleman is in the clear after the Orange County DA’s office chose not to pursue charges of sexual abuse. As previously reported in The Inquistr, Suleman was facing allegations from two former nannies who claimed to have witnessed sexual and physical abuse in her home.
Suleman herself denied the accusations to media outlets, including TMZ and Radar Online. Chalking it up to a disgruntled employee who was now stalking their client, Suleman’s manager, Gina Rodriguez told The Associated Press: “This is a woman who became obsessed with the children and contacted me to help her write a book.”
Her reps further revealed to Radar: “The woman has been stalking Nadya, calling the kids and texting Nadya threatening text messages that she would go to police unless Nadya brought her the children.”
The DA has chosen not to pursue abuse charges against Octomom, so it seems Suleman’s camp was telling the truth. Declining to provide details, La Habra police stated they completed their investigation today and turned their evidence over to state prosecutors and social services. Susan Kang Schroeder, chief of staff at the Orange County district attorney’s office stated “There’s not enough evidence to move forward with the case submitted by the La Habra police department.”
Suleman’s reps also told Radar: “Nadya will be going after the two women for slander.” Now that the DA won’t be pursuing abuse charges against Octomom Nadya Suleman, it appears she’ll have even more ammunition for a lawsuit… and maybe a book… and maybe a TV movie recounting her ordeal… just saying.