Octomom Is Broke But Spends $75,000 A Year Sending ALL Her 14 Kids To Private School!

Tue, August 23, 2011 5:57pm EST by 5 Comments

She’s pleaded poverty, claiming her account is overdrawn and there’s no money to pay the mortgage — but why is she spending so much money on education when her kids could get free state schooling?

Penniless NadyaOctomomSuleman has enrolled all 14 of her kids at an expensive private school. Even her two-and-a-half year old Octupulets!

“She was bragging about having all of her kids in private school, even though the eight youngest are only two-and-a-half years old!” a source tells RadarOnline.

“She can’t even pay the mortgage on her house, but she doesn’t seem to care. She doesn’t think about the future.”

The LA school the 14 Suleman kids attend charges a minimum $6,000. She gets a 25% discount because she has multiple children enrolled at the same school — but the bill still comes to $75,000 per year!

The Octuplets’ school bill alone is close to $50,000!

In June. Nadya told In Touch she was flat broke and at risk of losing her home. She said, “My account is overdrawn by $300,” she admits. “I have no money to pay for the children’s school, food or the mortgage”

So how is she putting her kids through school? RadarOnline‘s source has “no idea” adding, “She told me she’d rather have her kids educated than worry about her bills. But I have no idea how she’s paying for their education!”

Is she right to prioritize her kids education, HollyMoms? Or is she doing the wrong thing?

– Ian Garland

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Barbara

Posted at 8:04 PM on August 23, 2011  

Why would a private school even accept kids whose parent has no job, no financial resources, i.e. no way to pay the tuition? Unless, of course, Octomom has resources she doesn’t want us to know about, so that she can continue to cry poor.

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Alana

Posted at 9:11 PM on August 23, 2011  

Very true, I agree. When you sign kids up for school, any school, they ask about work information. She can’t be as poor as she want’s everyone to think she is or else she wouldn’t be able to send her kids to such a high priced school.

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JDinCR

Posted at 7:52 PM on August 23, 2011  

Poor thing. How does she pay for the nanny pushing the other $500 quad stroller? KMA

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GaskinGirl

Posted at 6:45 PM on August 23, 2011  

I totally understand. I know how important it is to pay your mortgage, but I also know how horrible public education is. At least she is not buying crack. And living out in LA – she will figure something out. I am not even a fan of hers – but you guys should really stop giving it the attention. On the other hand – maybe you should keep on so you can keep her famous so she can pay her mortgage and send her kids to private school.

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