According to the report, a complaint which alleges that she has committed welfare fraud has been lodged. Someone -- unknown to the reporter -- made the allegation last week to the Los Angeles County Department of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation (WFP&I). The allegation states that Suleman is receiving various forms of welfare, including food stamps, even though she made nearly $200,000 in 2012.
To be clear, remember that Suleman has 14 children and no husband. As such, under California law, she could receive welfare for herself and her 14 children even with a six-figure salary -- as long as it is $119,000 or less in a calendar year. If the allegation is true, Octomom nearly doubled the limit, though.
Law enforcement sources say that the WFP&I is investigating the claim, and has already interviewed witnesses familiar with Suleman and her "world." If the WFP&I determines Suleman committed welfare fraud, she could be prosecuted. If convicted she could face over than three years in prison.
For those wondering how Suleman could have earned about $200,000, the answer is porn (remember her solo porn video?), stripping, etc.
Nadya Suleman became famous when she gave birth to octuplets in 2009, but became infamous when it was revealed that she already had six children from earlier IVF implantations, was unemployed, and on public assistance programs.
She earned the name "Octomom" from those octuplets.