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Octomom: 'I Screwed up My Life, I Screwed up My Kids' Lives'

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The reality is setting in. "I screwed myself. I screwed up my life, I screwed up my kids' lives," Nadya Suleman told a RadarOnline videographer about mistakes she's made. "I have to put on this strong facade and I have to pretend like I don't regret it." The conversation was mainly about how she never informed the biological father she was using his sperm after the first six children. "I went behind his back and used them all. He didn't want me to. I feel so much guilt for that." The said unidentified father is currently married and has children with his spouse.