Octo-Mom Claims Her Children Are Sexually Abusing One Another

Octo-Mom Claims Her Children Are Sexually Abusing One Another
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The infamous “Octo-Mom” is currently under investigation for permitting her older children to physically and sexually abuse her eight younger children after her former nannies revealed some shocking information.

The nannies, whose names will remain anonymous , stated that they saw the abuse against the octuplets and spoke out because it was escalating.

Two nannies who worked for Nadya Suleman claim they witnessed child neglect and sexual abuse in Octomom’s La Habra home, CBS2 reported Thursday.

“I feel like those children are in danger,” one of the nannies told Los Angeles CBS2’s Stacey Butler. “I think something is going to happen to those children if nothing is done.”

Stay tuned for updates on the investigation!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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