Nadya Suleman is reported to be in fear that Kaiser hospital may not release her octuplets to her care.
Wired PR News.com – The controversial mother of newborn octuplets may have trouble getting them released from the hospital and placed in her care. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Nadya Suleman was said to have disclosed to Dr. Phil McGraw fears that Kaiser Permanente might withhold her babies until she provides proof of sustainability.
McGraw is quoted in the AP report as stating to the Los Angeles Times, “What she is telling me is that unless and until she has a better living arrangement, that they are not likely to release the children to her.”
Suleman, will make appearances on two episodes of Dr. Phil’s talk show. The mother of 14 children total receives food stamps and disability income, and resides in her mother’s three bedroom home.
A spokesman for Kaiser, Jim Anderson, is quoted as stating in regards to the situation, “Any conversations that the mother may or may not have had on this topic are private and we could not discuss them.”