Sunday, May 19, 2013
It really does pay to be poor. After it was revealed that Nadya Suleman dropped a whopping $520 on a Brazilian Blowout and two haircuts while collecting welfare to feed her kids, the hair company could hardly contain themselves. In fact, the folks at Brazilian Blowout were absolutely sickened by the mother of 14's spending, so much so that they want to set things straight with the taxpayers. According to TMZ, CEO Mike Brady is cutting the destitute, drama-plagued Octomom a check for $520. Brady tells TMZ, "We want to make sure that California taxpayers' money is not going to anything other than taking care of [Nadya Suleman's] children. We don't want to see those kids miss out on anything at the cost of a Brazilian Blowout." The kind company is also taking pity on the 36-year-old despite her hair-raising behavior. They have offered to give her complimentary blowouts at their West Hollywood salon and promise to even pick up the tab for childcare. In addition, the good Sams at Brazilian Blowout have also offered to fix her toilet so that her kids no longer have to go to the bathroom outside. While Brazilian Blowout's offer is quite generous, in the big scheme of things, it's the least of Suleman's problems. Her house is set to go to auction next week. Radaronline.com is reporting that Amir Haddadin, the man who loaned Octomom the money for the home, confirmed the house will be auctioned off on Monday. Says Haddadin, "Yes, I just found out a few hours ago, the bank (Indy Mac) is going to auction off the house on Monday.... I offered a week ago to have her give me the deed back, and she could rent the house from me, and she wouldn't have to be evicted. I talked to her dad, but he never got back to me." He maintains she hasn't made a mortgage payment in months. As if Suleman's financial woes aren't bad enough, Haddadin says her problems have taken a toll on his financial status. He adds, "The house from the inside is really messed up because 14 people live there.....I have no idea who would possibly want to buy the house. My credit used to be in the 700's, and it's now in the 300's....the house was worth $525k; I have no idea how much it's worth now."