It is business as usual at the La Habra, California Home of Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman, RadarOnline.com has learned. And no foreclosure papers have been served.
Tuesday was the deadline for Nadya’s father Ed Doud to settle a dispute with the previous owner of the house, Amer Haddadin, or face foreclosure.
Haddadin claims that Nadya’s father bought the house a year ago, but hasn’t made good on a $450,000 balloon payment.
Nadya’s mother Angela admitted to RadarOnline.com that Nadya owes money, but the family says what the previous owner did is far worse. And, they are threatening a lawsuit.
Attorney Jeff Czech says “the rain water was improperly drained toward the house, resulting in one head injury to a child along with water damage to personal property.” Angela claims Nadya has spent thousands on repairs. And Nadya’s father claims the damages were not disclosed in the sale of the home.
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34-year-old Nadya lives in the two-story Southern California house with her octuplets and her other six children.
Czech says the Sulemans are hoping to resolve the dispute amicably.