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Octomom to Foreclose on her La Habra Home?

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It looks like Nadya Suleman--aka "Octomom"--is very behind on her mortgage payments, according to TMZ and various other sources. If so, that means it's another adventure in moving for her and her 14 children because of a $450,000 lapse in a balloon payment due on the house bought just a year ago in La Habra for $565,000.

But then there's the guessing game of what Suleman and her family have said publicly that contradicts each other, according to the Orange County Register. In the past, she's said she has a lease option, but at a different time said she was paying for the house. She also said she sold photos of the octuplets to help finance the house and the seller's agent claimed Suleman's father made a $110,000 downpayment.

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