Nadya Suleman says hormones caused wild 911 call

March 6, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Nadya Suleman says the hormonal surge of pregnancy (when she was carrying her octuplets) is what drove her to make a wild 911 call when one of her children wandered off last year.

In a video posted on RadarOnline.com on Thursday, Suleman says she was justified in calling 911 when her 5-year-old son went missing, but she overreacted because she was pregnant and her hormones were out of control.

In the Oct. 27 call released by police on Wednesday, Suleman repeatedly told an emergency dispatcher she was going crazy and she was going to kill herself. The boy returned unharmed.   The police are pretty familiar with Suleman’s house by now as they have made 8 911 visits in a little over a year:

1) Jan 9, 2008, a call was made to 911 after one of Nadya’s kids accidentally locked the door to a room and couldn’t get out. An officer had to pick the lock.

2) Oct 27, 2008, Nadya called the police because one of her kids was missing. Turns out the “missing” kid went around the block with Grandma. Nadya figured this out after 5 units responded.

3) Jan 23, 2009, three days before her delivery of the octuplets Nadya was in the hospital and the kids called 911. No one knows why.

4&5) The neighbors called the cops two different times, May 12, 2008 and August 10, 2008. The front door was left open and the neighbors were afraid someone broke in.

6) In July of 2008 the police accompanied the DCFS (child protection services) after they received a complaint.

7&8) Last month the police were called to control reporters and to arrest a neighbor that brandished a shotgun at the reporters.

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