Octomom Welfare Fraud: Investigators Seizing Bank Accounts, Other Documents

Octomom’s welfare claims have come under scrutiny by investigators who have taken the necessary steps to seize her bank accounts and other documents.

Authorities believe Nadya Suleman may have been stealing taxpayer money while hiding cash she earned from her adult film and stripper jobs.

If found guilty of hiding available money, Octomom’s welfare scam could land her in jail for up to 3 years.

Welfare fraud officials have obtained a warrant that allows them to seize Octomom’s financial statements and employment records since her time on welfare.

The Los Angeles County Dept. of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation (WFP&I) has been investigating Nadya Suleman when she earned $200,000 in 2012 but then applied for welfare.

The Octomom Welfare fraud cause appears to be targeting her home and the office of her manager.

Because of the size of her family, Octomom and her 14 kids can receive welfare in California if she earns less than $119,000 per year.

If Nadya Suleman earned $200,000 in 2012 but claimed welfare for any point during that fiscal calendar year, she could be found guilty of welfare fraud.

What we do know is that Octomom moved her children into a home that even someone earning $200,000 a year would likely find hard to support. Since that time, Octomom has been hard pressed to find legitimate work that would allow her to support herself and 14 kids.

If Octomom can’t support her 14 children at their current age, we have to question how she’ll survive when they are all hungry teens with active social lives.

In the meantime, Octomom’s welfare case is remaining behind closed doors as Nadya Suleman continues to remain silent about the investigation.

Do you think Octomom should be receiving welfare if she is earning more than most American’s take home in the average year?