Octo-Mom's father has vowed to support his daughter and her brood of 14 kids if she is kicked out of her home.
Ed Suleman - who once questioned his daughter's mental stability and said her decision to have octuplets was "irresponsible" - has made a move to protect his family following news that his grandchildren's home is being threatened with foreclosure, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
"I will never let my family go on welfare," Ed told RadarOnline.com through a source.
"I love my daughter and my grandchildren, and I will never let them live on the street and suffer."
Nadya Suleman revealed exclusively to RadarOnline.com that she was destitute and has only enough money left for her and her children to survive one week.
But Ed said the Sulemans are working together to ensure they don't end up homeless and on the street.
"We are working on these money problems and we will get them fixed," he said.
"I am one hundred percent here for my family," Ed vowed.
"Nadya is not alone and we will fix this situation even if I have to work day and night."
The man who owns the deed to Octo-Mom's home in La Habra, California, Amir Haddadin, told RadarOnline.com that with a monthly mortgage payment of $4,060 the controversial mother owes him a whopping $7,560 in back payments.
Amir claims Octo-Mom's payments have been short since May and he is now filing paperwork to kick her out.