“Octo-Mom” Nadya Suleman told Dr. Drew Thursday she was under the influence of "valium and a cocktail of drugs" given to her by her former fertility doctor, Michael Kamrava, and “not lucid” when she signed a consent form for 12 embryos to be implanted in her, leading to the birth of her eight kids in January 2009.
The mother-of-14, 36, claims Kamrava "wrote something and he gave it to me to sign" inside his Beverly Hills office before the procedure was completed.
"I signed it, and I didn't read it," Suleman said. She added that while she did want more children, she never intended to have eight additional kids.
Kamrava's license was yanked earlier this month when California authorities decried his "repeated negligent acts, for an excessive number of embryo transfers."
In the revealing chat, Suleman was introspective about her motivations in becoming one of the country's most infamous moms.
“Kids love you, unconditionally."
Suleman also told Dr. Drew she's got other mental issues to deal with, ranging from anxiety to panic attacks to hyperactivity to obsessive compulsive disorder.
"My brain and body are racing constantly," she said.