Man claims 'Octomom' behind on mortgage; threatens eviction

LA HABRA — A man who claims to hold the mortgage for the La Habra home of Nadya Suleman, her octuplets and other children, said today the mortgage is overdue, and is threatening to repossess the property, it was reported today.

ABC7 reported that Amer Haddadin claims he sold the two-story home in a La Habra cul-de-sac to Nadya Suleman's father, Ed Suleman, last year for its $450,000 mortgage, with no interest until the entire amount was due in a balloon payment on March 10.

"What they are doing to me is not right, and I am going to take it to the courts, for foreclosure,'' said Amer Haddadin told ABC7. "If it wasn't for me to help them to get the children out of the hospital, they would not have the children in the house, so I was the kid saver.''

Nadya Suleman could not be reached for comment. There was no immediate response to a message left with her attorney, Jeffrey Czech, who told ABC7 that she leases the home from her father, and knows "there are issues between her father and the seller that they are hoping to resolve.

"She may be the victim in all this,'' Czech told ABC7.

Haddadin said the family owes him $450,000 for the mortgage, which is secured by the house.