Octuplet mom fears hospital may not release babies

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Nadya Suleman appears to have bigger worries than taking care of her 14 children.

Talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw says she may have to prove she can handle the load, or else have hospital officials withhold her newborn octuplets.

McGraw says the 33-year-old unemployed mother called him yesterday. She was distraught that Kaiser Permanente officials told her they were concerned about the babies living at her home near Los Angeles.

Property records show Suleman's mother is more than $23,000 behind on mortgage payments and the home is under threat of foreclosure.

Kaiser officials won't comment on Suleman's case.

Suleman has taped two episodes of McGraw's "Dr. Phil" show.


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