LA HABRA (AP) — ”Octomom” Nadya Suleman is trying to earn money the old-fashioned way: a yard sale.
Suleman sold baby clothes, bikinis and sporting goods outside her home in La Habra on Saturday.
Eight devil costumes once worn by Suleman’s octuplets for Halloween fetched $50.
A Lakers jersey signed by Suleman brought in $125, and a refrigerator that once stored baby formula went for $85.
Weekend bargain hunters could take a picture with Suleman for $10, or with both the Octomom and Octuplets for $100.
Radio personality David Gonzalez — who goes by the name “Tattoo” — hosted and promoted the event designed to help pay Suleman’s mortgage.
Her lawyer says she’s facing foreclosure and is considering going on welfare.
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