April 20, 2010
Posted: 08:00 PM ET
Suleman says she will never do a reality television show and that "a parent must provide for their kids, not the other way around." (But didn't she sign a deal with Radar to allow cameras in the house? And last June, her lawyer said she had signed a deal to star in a reality TV series to be filmed by a Netherlands-based production company.)
She opened her home to Oprah's cameras, who followed her around for a chaotic day, revealing Suleman doesn't get much sleep and spends about $1,000 per week on groceries for her family. She has three nannies, alternating during the day, but no help at night. She said her only means of income is from the media. Suleman was paid $100,000 for the Star bikini cover, and she says she still has some of that money left, but is looking for another media opportunity to generate income. Oprah didn't pay her "a dime" for the interview.
Would you watch a reality show with Nadya Suleman?
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