Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman plead no contest in her welfare fraud case today, RadarOnline.com has learned. In addition, the felony charges were reduced to misdemeanors because she has repaid funds to Medi-Cal and the Los Angeles Department of Social Services.
The original charges came on the heels of Radar’s exclusive report revealing financial records that showed Suleman’s true income far exceeded the maximum limit for welfare recipients.
Suleman is capped at pocketing $119,000 in a calendar year, but financial records showed she took home $150,248.77 in 2012.
Today, the judge in her fraud case placed Suleman on probation for two years, and ordered her to perform 200 hours of community service.
The single mom has already paid back Medi-Cal $9,805, and $16,481 to the Los Angeles Department of Social Services.