Naked Octomom wants you to know that she's a fab mom
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman isn't content to just raise her 14 kids -- she's got to tell us just how great of a mom she is. Oh, and she's naked, too.
Nadya Suleman — the woman who got famous for pumping out 14 kids — is still clinging to fame by posing nude on the cover of U.K. gossip rag Closer. Ready to lose your lunch? Don't worry, she's strategically covered and, remarkably, looking better than she did just a few months ago.
The photos — available on the magazine's website — feature an un-retouched Octomom in all her glory. A scar from her post-baby tummy tuck is visible, but she looks good. How does she do it? The typical celebrity excuse: Good genes.
"I just pinged back into shape like a rubber band after the kids, I don’t know how I did it. I eat like a horse, don’t count calories and have never owned a set of scales," she said. "I gained an entire human when I was pregnant with the octuplets, going from 10st [140 pounds] to over 19st [266 pounds], but two months later, I was a [U.K.] size eight again. Now, I never weigh myself."
The celibate 36-year-old gave birth to her second litter of children in 2009 via the same sperm donor that fathered her six older children.
"I've never believed in diets," Suleman said. "I just eat healthily. I’m a pescatarian and eat 15 portions of fruit or vegetables a day. I eat so much!… Now, I run 40 miles a week, whenever my mum or a friend will babysit, but it’s still just for stress relief. My eldest son (aged 10) even comes with me sometimes — he can manage a couple of miles."
So, does she spent all of her time worrying about herself? No, Suleman claims to be a doting mom, even claiming her kids never eat sweets.
"The kids have structure and discipline and only eat healthily, they don’t know what candy is!" she said. "I’ve done a really great job with them. I don’t get any credit."
Well, if by "great job" she means getting evicted from her house, then yeah, she's doing a good job. The would-be reality star doesn't have the money to support her children, resorting to answering "fan" calls at $6 a minute to make the bills.
"She sets the days and times she will take calls and she answers all of them if possible. If she is on a phone call, the fan can book a session to speak to her," Dial-A-Star.com owner Gina Rodriguez told ABC News.
It'll take a lot of time on the phone to feed 14 kids, just saying.