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OctoMom on the Baby Daddy: 'I'll never disclose who he is.'

OctoMom Nadya Suleman says she'll never reveal the identity of her sperm donor
Nadya Suleman tries to block the media as she leaves her home earlier this month (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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On Tuesday, when OctoMom Nadya Suleman brought home two of her eight newborns to the family's new La Habra home, she was greeted by a mob scene comprised mostly of media and their furiously snapping cameras (and some locals celebrating St. Patty's day on her lawn, it would seem). So when two more babies came home yesterday, there was far less fanfare, because "the hospital apparently kept the release of the babies quiet at Suleman’s request," explains the OC Register.

Daughters Maliyah and Nariyah joined the brood at home late yesterday afternoon, but with ten of her 14 children now at home, Suleman still found time to meet with the media and "blog" for The hot topic: Her sperm donor.