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Porn Career Might Not Be Enough to Save Octomom's House: Auction Remains Pending

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Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, has been hit with financial trouble after financial trouble, and for over a month now, her house is supposedly on the auction block.

An auction slated for today has been postponed until next week, confirms City News Service.

Suleman has been doing everything she can to avoid losing her home. She forestalled the sale once by declaring bankruptcy, but her filing was tossed out after she failed to turn in some necessary paperwork. She even raised money by rubbing one out for the cameras in a masturbation video for an online adult entertainment company.

Lawyers thought today would be the day that she gets booted for good--they'll have to hold that thought another week. Suleman is behind 11 months on the $3,000 monthly payments for her 4-bedroom, 3-bath home in La Habra, and the guy who owns the house and pays the mortgage, Amer Haddadin, is claiming that she's ruined his credit.

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If all goes according to plan, the house will now be auctioned in front of Orange City Hall next week.