Octomom Nadya Suleman lost her cool in a recent tabloid interview and admitted that she hates babies, calling her children animals. Oh well, there goes that mother of the year award.
Yes, the Octomom is back, and unfortunately for them, her kids are stuck with her. In a recent interview with In Touch Magazine, Nadya Suleman confessed that she's so overwhelmed by the physical, psychological, and financial burdens of caring for her octobrood that she not only "wishes she never had them," and she often thinks about contemplating suicide. Or, as La Suleman so succinctly put it:
"I hate babies, they disgust me."
Alas, it's not just the octuplets who try Octomom's patience. She's not that fond of her older kids, either.
"My older six are animals," she complains, "getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them."
Although it was always Suleman's dream to have a large family, she admits her dream has long since died on the vine. She's broke, exhausted, and she can barely feed her family. Photos accompanying the Octomom interview showed her house in chaos and her hungry children "eating sections of dry wall!"
What will happen to the Octomom Nadya Suleman and her offspring is anybody's guess. Her life is filled with chaos and regret.
"Some days I have thought about killing myself," she admits. "I cannot cope. I absolutely wish I had not had them."
Nadya Suleman's situation is perilous and pitiful indeed. However, she's had many opportunities to improve her situation financially. Maybe she should have accepted one of Steve Hirsch's many offers to make an adult film for Vivid Entertainment. Beggars can't be choosers, Nadya. And $500,000 for one hour's work buys a lot of baby food and clothes.
Â© Hope Carson 2011
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.