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Angela Suleman said that her daughter "spent a lot of money on toys" but never contributed rent or food money and failed to tell her mother about more than $167,000 that records show she received from worker's compensation claims.
"The house is full of toys,'' she said. "My daughter has always spent a lot of money on toys and really not helping out with the children or the living arrangements -- never paid anything for rent. Her sense of values is kind of strange because I'm a retired teacher and I'm living off money that I'm making or have for my retirement money and it's not that much. Teachers don't get that much and I'm spending a lot.''
"I did hear that she received money from her insurance,'' Angela Suleman told Splash News in an interview that was aired on "GMA." "She never told me. But I've never seen any money, not for house payments or for feeding the kids."
Angela Suleman filed for bankruptcy in March 2008, according to court documents.
"Unless [Nadya] starts working, earning money, I don't know, she may have to go on welfare, which she said she never would do,'' her mother said.
"She really has no idea what she's doing to her children and to me," Angela Suleman said
"It remains unclear how Nadya Suleman plans to pay for the children's upbringing. Her mother told Splash that while she dearly loves her six grandchildren, she is at the end of her emotional and financial rope. "
really not helping out with the children
Originally posted by Afrosamurai
She says she's going to college. But... how do you do that with 14 kids running around? Or work? Leave it on your mommy and daddy? Yeah, I'm sure they're thrilled with 14 kids running around destroying their home.
"We're there all crowded in. The master bedroom has a big bed and two little cribs and the other bedroom has one bed and one crib and there is one bedroom with bunk beds that I [had] gotten before, so it's pretty crowded. But [the children] are wonderful, beautiful children and I love them dearly. I would never let anything happen to them, so I'm taking care of them and I have been."
"I don't know what the future will bring, because, hopefully [Nadya Suleman] will get some living accommodations -- because it's a really small house."