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Octomom Runs Into More Trouble, Her Homeless Plight Continues

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Octomom Nadya Suleman just can’t catch a break when it comes to settling down in a home somewhere with her 14 kids. The single mom tried applying for a home requiring $2,700 a month rent in Orange County, but the homeowner rejected her application right off the bat.

According to TMZ, Octomom’s agent was told by the real estate outfit managing the homeowner’s house that she was denied renting the property because of the media attention surrounding her life. They’re afraid the neighbors would be bothered and have their own privacy invaded as a result of Nadya Suleman’s pesky paparazzi following. Despite the fact Suleman offered to pay seven months worth of rent rent upfront, it didn’t change the homeowner’s mind.

“They do not want to subject the neighbors to the media involved with the client,” Octomom’s agent said.

Reportedly, this is the third time Suleman was rejected for the same reason.

Will Octomom have to do another porn movie to make enough money to eventually buy a home? She’s having terrible luck with finding a place to stay on a permanent basis. This is one of those same song and dance routines that just don’t change. Nadya Suleman is a pathetic form of comedic relief, but the sadly she’s for real and has 14 kids depending on her. Maybe if she handled her situation differently people would be more apt to help her out. Problem is, she doesn’t get it. If she proved to everyone she can choose respectable ways to make a living and not make such a fool out of herself, her luck would be a lot better.

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