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Someone had lodged a police report to the L.A. County Department of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation (WFP&I) last week, accusing Nadya "Octomom" Suleman of welfare card fraud.
That someone claimed Suleman collected numerous forms of welfare, including food stamps, even though she made approximately $200,000 last year, TMZ reported.
It would be legal under the California law if she earned $119,000 or less in the calendar year, but if the allegation is true, WFP&I would prosecute her and she could face more than three years behind bars.
The police had started its investigation and gathering proof by interviewing witnesses and people in Suleman's life.
If you're wondering how she made S200,000 last year, the first guess is porn videos.
Not only did she make those videos, she even admitted that producing them was actually liberating and empowering, US Weekly noted.
"I don't regret it," Suleman said. "Shockingly enough, it became one of the most liberating and empowering things I had ever done."