Nayda Suleman, aka Octomom, sure has a bunch of career opportunities keeping her busy, but authorities apparently don't believe that the mother of 14 is shirking her parental duties.
The Orange County District Attorney's Office will not be pressing charges against Suleman following an investigation into claims of child neglect brought by two of her former nannies.
Prosecutors got the case this morning from La Habra police and determined there is "insufficient evidence to prove anyone has committed a crime in that home," D.A. chief of staff Susan Kang Schroeder tells E! News.
The identities of Suleman's accusers were not released, nor were any details as to what exactly Suleman was accused of doing—or not doing, as the allegations went—but the two caretakers previously told reporters that they had witnessed one of the older children sexually abusing one of the younger siblings and that they believed the kids "were in danger."
Octomom's manager, meanwhile, told E! News that the allegations were entirely false and that one of the former Suleman employees had become obsessed with the children and had contacted the rep about writing a book.
"Her [sic] and the other woman claiming to be a nanny are also good friends with each other and are trying to make money," the rep said. "This is why Nadya chose to move far away [from La Habra]."
At this very moment, in fact, the cast of a drag review called Hot Mess is lining up to roast the easy target at XL Cabaret in New York City. Godspeed, Octomom.