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Nobody Wants to Buy Octomom's House

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Looks like Nadya "Octomom" Suleman is getting evicted after all, but the bank might have a bit more trouble than they expected unloading the house. The La Habra house finally hit the auction block, but no one was interested.

Ouch. It is imaginable that nobody wants to take on a property that's a paparazzi magnet, where a brood of 14 children have been living (in questionable conditions) with a single mom of limited income.

But Suleman might still rise to her own cause, depending on how much of a hit her solo adult film is; the "self-pleasuring" video is officially released tomorrow.