LA HABRA, Calif. (AP) — Police and child welfare officials have visited the Southern California home of Octomom Nadya Suleman after getting a complaint that her 14 children were living in squalor.
La Habra police Sgt. Daniel Barnes says officers and Orange County Department of Family and Children's Services officials left Suleman's home Tuesday evening after determining the children weren't in danger.
The entertainment news website TMZ.com says Suleman's hairstylist told police the house was a mess and there was only one working toilet in the home.
Barnes would only say someone reported filth in the home. He tells City News Service that an examination of the home didn't reveal anything unusual.
The 36-year-old Suleman gave birth to eight babies in January 2009. They are the world's longest-living octuplets.
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