‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman Says She Was Drugged When She Agreed To 12 Embyros
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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Nadya Suleman is now claiming that she was drugged when she agreed to be implanted with a dozen embryos.
Suleman says it was not her intention to have eight children in addition to the six she already had.
The single mother of 14, who is often referred to as “Octomom,” made her shocking claim during an interview with HLN’s Dr. Drew Pinsky.
“He wrote something out stating that if just by chance, too many grew, this is what I would do. He wrote something, he gave it to me to sign right there while I’m laying down. And I signed it, and I didn’t read it,” she said.
Michael Kamrava, the fertility doctor who implanted Suleman with those embryos, has since lost his California medical license.
State officials ruled that he committed gross negligence by implanting Suleman with an excessive number of embryos.