A nanny for Nadya "Octo-mom" Suleman told police Wednesday she heard a loud noise in the middle of the night -- which turned out to be the sound of a baby's car seat ricocheting through the rear window of Suleman's minivan.
The nanny, according to La Habra Police Lt. Fred Wiste, heard a loud noise, peered out a window and witnessed a white cargo van speeding away around 3 a.m.; she did not call police or go outside to investigate.
Police said they have no suspects. This is not the first act of scorn committed against Suleman, 33, since she gave birth to the eight babies on Jan. 26; she, and her former publicists have received death threats, police said. (Photo: WENN)