September 21, 2014
PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) - Octomom Nadya Suleman says death threats have stopped since she moved her 14 kids from Orange County to a Mojave Desert home where the neighbors are nice and the house has been egged only once.
Suleman has been in the media spotlight since giving birth to octuplets in 2009 after she already had six children.
The family moved from La Habra to Palmdale earlier this month and Suleman tells the Antelope Valley Press she enjoys country life.
The first week, a neighbor left flowers and a welcome card. Suleman says there was a lot of hate in La Habra.
Besides the eight youngsters who are nearly 4 years old, the 37-year-old Suleman has twins who are about two years older and a 7-year-old autistic son. There are three older children.
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