While Tanisha Thomas of "Bad Girls Club" is getting married and Kate Gosselin is searching for a talk show, it seems the "Octomom's" reality star status can't save her home. Nadya Suleman, mother of 14 children -- including her "famous eight-us," had her home foreclosed on this week.
According to RealtyTrac, the foreclosure process on Suleman's La Habra, Calif., home took about six months -- four months shorter than the average time to foreclose in California.
The home was originally scheduled for foreclosure auction March 29, but was then listed for sale for $425,000 -- well below the home's estimated market value. With no takers and multiple postponed foreclosure auctions over the past several months, the lender was left with the home.
What's next for Octomom and her brood?
According to RealtyTrac: "Under normal circumstances, the next step for the lender would be to evict the current tenants, Suleman and her 14 children."
We will see what happens.
A potential cash cow could be the release of Suleman's adult movie Thursday. If sales are good, she plans on buying the family a bigger home.
What do you think? Will the movie be enough to get Octomom back on the path to homeownership?
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