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Oh, Yes She Did: Nadya Suleman Applies to Trademark 'Octomom'

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Nadya Suleman wants to cash in on her media bestowed sobriquet "Octomom" for products such as clothing and for use on Television, according to documents obtained by The Smoking Gun. She filed two applications to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last week, costing her $825. Also, records show that of all streets names in the world, she happens to live on Madonna Lane in La Habra.

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