Octomom Nadya Suleman has the tough task of (wait for it) creating her own online profiles (shudder) after a dispute with her axed manager left the mother of 14 out in the virtual cold.
The 36-year-old media villain is now planning to set up new accounts on Facebook and Twitter, claiming her former representative Gina Rodriguez deleted them out of spite.
"I fired my manager today and she's a little upset, so she shut down all my profiles online," Suleman told Radar onMonday. "I chose not to work with her anymore. New year, new beginning."
Suleman's UStream account was also deleted, she told the website. The oft-unemployed mega-mama recently launched a video streaming channel for a weekly broadcast, making money from advertising.
"I'm not technologically savvy, but I'll have to now start from scratch and set up my own Facebook and Twitter, as she had done all that for me."
Rodriguez, on the other hand, tells a different story. Yeah, she deleted Suleman's social networking accounts. But that was after Nadya spent the past six months backing out of employment commitments -- like promotional appearances and celebrity boxing matches -- in the eleventh hour, Rodriguez argues.
Oh -- and Gina says she wasn't fired. She quit!
"I quit on her because she is unmanageable," Rodriguez said when reached for comment by TMZ. "She would not reply to anything work-related we would call or text about, especially if it was not paid."
Gina added, "Regardless of the $70,000 we made her, she still claimed to not be able to pay any of her bills. We no longer wanted a part of any of it and we feel sorry for the children."
Don't we all.
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