Support for Octomom may be rare, but a high-profile attorney is stepping in with some help.
Gloria Allred is set to host a press conference at 11:30 a.m. today to unveil a proposal to provide the medical and emotional needs of Nadya Suleman’s 14 children — without any taxpayer money.
Reports that Suleman, of Whittier, is receiving financial assistance to care for her children — all born through in-vitro fertilization — has sparked outrage in the public domain.
The usual gifts of diapers, baby food and other baby items afforded to other moms with multiple births are absent in Suleman’s case. And even the Diamond Bar church and public relations firm that once offered help to Suleman are keeping their distance.
It will be interesting to see where Allred’s plan goes ….