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Nadya Suleman cries poor, makes $28K in June

Sara McGinnis is a slightly mossy Northwest gal living in an otherwise all-male household. She contributes to both the BabyCenter Blog and SheKnows Entertainment, and is a fan of Twitter and Facebook friends. When not tethered to wifi...

Poor Octomom?

Something is amiss when it comes to Octomom Nadya Suleman. The mother of 14 recently gave a disturbing interview in which she talks about hating babies, suicide and losing her house -- but she made $28,000 just last month!

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If Nadya Suleman is broke and about to lose her house, what's the deal with bringing in $28,000 in a month? This income discrepancy combined with a troubling new interview has many wondering about the stability of the single mother of 14.

Nadya Suleman isn't able to hold down a real job, what with eight two-and-a-half-year-olds to take care of at home, but that doesn't mean she isn't making any money. TMZ reports the 34-year-old brought in an impressive $28,000 in the month of June through appearances on the celebrity dating show Celebridate, MMA fights, a celebrity boxing match, bikini photo shoots and several paid interviews across the globe.

Yet in a recent interview Nadya Suleman paints a very different picture of the family finances. "My bank account is overdrawn by $300 and I have no money to pay for the children's school, food or the mortgage," she told InTouch Weekly. "Some days I have thought about killing myself."

"The only way I can cope is to lock myself in the bathroom and cry. Sometimes I sit in there for hours and even eat my lunch sitting on the toilet floor. Anything to get a moment's peace and quiet."

"My older six are animals, getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them," says the woman known as Octomom. "I hate babies, they disgust me."

Nadya Suleman continues, "Obviously, I love them -- but I absolutely wish I had not had them. They attack and bite each other, and I just don't know how to stop them."

She asks, "Pretty soon, all our money will have run out. What will we do then?"

Undoubtedly the care of 14 young children is expensive, but something in Nadya Suleman's story still doesn't add up!

Image via WENN

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