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Octomom Mom Loses Son – in his Bedroom!

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Octomom Nadya Suleman must have it tough as a single mom of a large family – so tough, in fact, that last week she lost one of her sons. The police were called to the missing child incident. But don’t worry, the seven-year-old was found safe and well in his room. Darling momma had just forgotten she had picked her son up!

The police were called to Octomom’s L.A. home Thursday, after she called her 7-year-old son’s school in a panic because she said that he had gone missing. He should have been dropped off by the school bus.

Octomom Nadya was convinced her child was in fact not dropped off by the school bus at the usual time. Like any mom, of course she freaked out in a desperate effort to find her child. You with me so far? Good – here’s where it gets weird.

School officials were confused after the alleged disappearance of the boy – because the bus driver said he personally witnessed Octomom greet the child when he was dropped off at home. You read that right. Nadya greeted her son at home, then freaked on the school because he hadn’t gotten home.

School officials were understandably worried what happened. They contacted police who arrived on the scene, but by that time Octomom’s nanny had already discovered the boy sleeping in his room where he usually takes naps after school.

Nadya told police she doesn’t remember greeting the child at the bus and is convinced someone else must have dropped him off. I told you this was a weird one.

But it’s not the first time Octomom Nadya Suleman has panicked because she thought one of her kids went missing; back in 2008 she called the police when she couldn’t find a child. That time the kid was with his grandma.

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