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Octomom's New Palmdale House Got Egged

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Octomom, a.k.a. Nadya Suleman, returned home to Palmdale from a trip to NYC over the weekend to find that her new home had been hit with three dozen eggs while she was away, reports TMZ.

The eggs were tossed onto her car, her driveway and her front door, and had been left for long enough that they attracted a colony of ants to the premises. The gossip sites notes that it cost Suleman a total of $200 to clean up -- $100 for the eggs and another $100 for the ants.

Her kids were at home when the egging went down.