Nadya Suleman Update – More Craziness as Two More Babies Come Home

March 27, 2009

(ChattahBox) — The Nadya Suleman household expanded once again by two Thursday afternoon with the discharge of two more of the eight babies, leaving only two still in hospital care. According to a statement released by Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center in Bellflower, Calif. today, the discharged babies, Jeremiah and Makai – a boy and girl – weighed in at about 5 lbs 5 ounces each and are said to be bottle feeding and maintaining their body temperatures.

In the continuing saga ad nauseam of Octomom, the  National Enquirer has revealed Nadya has another dark secret, she did some pole dancing in her youth. Shocking!!

Back when she was 18, Suleman was in an “investigative” stage of her life and thought she’d try out exotic dancing.

“I had not even kissed a boy. But I entered a dance/lingerie contest in a club near my home. I danced and paraded in lingerie,” she told a close pal.

“Then, when I was 19, I went to a gentleman’s club and performed as a topless dancer. But I only did it one night. I quit when I found out I was expected to perform lap dances on the customers.”

In other Nadya news (we save it up so you don’t have to see it every hour), all those appearances on Dr. Phil are paying off.  New house, etc. and now a new wardrobe. According to TMZ, Nadya went on a $1,500 shopping spree at Bebe Sport the other day, where she bought T-shirts, tank tops, a sexy-fit metallic cami, a woven cargo dress, crystal heart sweatsuits in two colors and sports bras to show off her postpartum figure. Fourteen kids in the house but there is always time to look good for the next guest appearance on TV.  The girls got to make a living.


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