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Octo-Mom Misses Key Bankruptcy Deadline, Home Auction Back On

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May. 15 2012, Updated 2:00 p.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

The troubles continue for Nadya "Octo-Mom" Suleman.

The mother-of-14 missed Monday's deadline to file the mandated paperwork in her bankruptcy case, as a judge threw it out of court. (Had she filed the judge could have upheld the freeze on a foreclosure auction of the La Habra, California house she lives in with her children.)

The sale of the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home -- which Suleman has not made any payments on in the past year -- can proceed at Orange City Hall May 21, where it's expected to go around $400,000. In addition, creditors will be able to resume hounding the debt-ridden Suleman, who filed for bankruptcy April 30 claiming she had more than $1 million in money owed against $50,000 in assets.

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In the meantime, Suleman's been spending money on gym memberships and Brazilian blowouts while receiving welfare and $2,000 a month in food stamps.

Despite former statements to the contrary, Suleman (who doesn't have a regular job) changed her mind about appearing in an adult-oriented project, recently shooting a masturbation video in the porn capital of the world, Southern California's San Fernando Valley.

Suleman gained the world's attention January 26, 2009 when she gave birth to the octuplets at a Southern California hospital. All 14 children of her kids have come as a result of in-vitro fertilization.

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