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Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman Won't Lose Her Home - Yet

Apr. 15 2010, Published 9:45 a.m. ET

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Octo-mom Nadya Suleman will keep her home in La Habra, California for at least six more months, has learned.

"The mortgage holder has agreed to a six-month extension on a $450,000 balloon payment, allowing her and her 14 children to remain in their home," her attorney Jeff Czech told the Associated Press.

Czech said he is confident Suleman can earn enough money to make future payments. He told the AP that Suleman has "several financial deals in the works" but wouldn't say what.

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Amer Haddadin sold the house (where Suleman currently lives) to Suleman’s  father, Ed Doud, for $565,000 last year with some very specific conditions: they were required to pay monthly payments of $4,139, and a balloon payment of the full $450,000 was due this past March 10.

When Suleman missed several monthly payments as well as the March balloon payment, Haddadin threatened to foreclose. But now, he’s had a change of heart and has granted her the half-year extension.

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It’s not clear how Suleman will earn the amount of money she needs to keep the home. She’s  reportedly turned down an offer to appear in an adult movie, but last month she made a deal with PETA ( People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals)  to place a sign in her yard that reads "Don't let your dog or cat become an  Octomom.”  In exchange, she receive  $5,000 and all the veggie dogs and burgers her family can eat for a month.

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Suleman will appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show on Tuesday, April 20 but her attorney said she is not getting paid for that appearance.



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