Ever since octuplet mother Nadya Suleman was released February 6 from a Kaiser Permanente hospital in Bellflower, her public image has steadily plummeted southward. Her early, somewhat-disparaging nickname, Octo-Mom, seems to have come from talk radio, probably KFI. By the time she checked out of Kaiser, TMZ.com was dubbing her Octopussy. Now every time Suleman goes shopping photos memorialize the event, captioned with claims that she's spending taxpayer's money to buy lipstick or a burger. Nadya Suleman's woes have multiplied so quickly that it's nearly impossible to assemble an adequate timeline of publicity fiascos, but a thumbnail account is possible. Please see below.
Joann Killeen and Mike Furtney, drop their famous client when they decide they've
had enough hate messages and death threats sent their way and to their
Christian-themed talent agency, denies reports it is representing Suleman, claiming it has only
offered her some pro bono advice. But pro bono is not the same as "free,"
so what was agency president Wes Yoder floating at the time - a Mylar trial