LA HABRA (CBS) — Officials Tuesday were continuing their investigation into an alleged act of vandalism and possible death threat against Octomom Nadya Suleman.
Officers were sent to Suleman’s home in the 2000 block of East Madonna Lane at 8:30 p.m. Saturday after someone reportedly smashed a window on her car, which was parked in her driveway, according to St. Jeff Baylos with the La Habra Police Department.READ MORE: Newsom: California Employees, Healthcare Workers Must Show Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination Or Test Weekly
Suleman’s father told police that the window was damaged between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. that day.
Police say they later learned a note was left at the scene, but there is no mention of the letter in the initial police report.READ MORE: Woman Killed, Man Injured In Huntington Beach Hit-And-Run; Suspect Arrested
The handwritten note reportedly read: “Leave California or you will die,” according to TMZ.
“I just sent officers back out there again to determine to the legitimacy of that,” St. Jeff Baylos told CBS2 Tuesday morning.MORE NEWS: Efforts To Address Homelessness Crisis Along Venice Boardwalk Seeing Results
Speaking on the “Today” show last week, Suleman said she and her 14 children, which were all born after fertility treatments, are now surviving on food stamps.