OctoMom Nadya Suleman went OctoCrazy on Gloria Allred and Angels In Waiting when she found out the nurses from the non-profit agency had reported her to Child Protective Services.
On an episode of Dr. Phil, airing Wednesday and Thursday this week, Suleman, attorney Gloria Allred and reps from AIW explain why the deal between the non-profit and the mother of the octuplets fell through.
AIW made three complaints about Nadya to Child Protective Services. The substance of those three complaints will be discussed in the show, reports Us Weekly.
“I think the real reason that Nadya has not been able to continue with Angels in Waiting may be the fact that not one, but three reports had to be filed with Child Protective Service by Angels in Waiting [who] are mandated reporters under the law,” said attention lover Gloria Allred.
But Suleman explained her side, “The primary issue was that myself [sic] and my nannies felt extremely uncomfortable. I personally felt like a stranger in my own home. The goal was to empower me as a mother, help me, train me. I'm open to that, I want that, I want to do the very best for these … premature babies.
"I wanted them [AIW USA] to use their training and knowledge to help guide me. I felt that was never accomplished. I felt as though every time I tried to hold the babies, feed the babies, they would be observing and they were waiting for me to make a mistake."
What are your thoughts on the situation? Do you think Gloria Allred used Suleman for press, waiting for her to inevitably make a mistake so she could go public with it? Or should Suleman have been reported to Child Services a long time ago?