UPDATE: Haddadin says he is giving Suleman until next Tuesday to pay up or else he'll start foreclosure proceedings.
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Nadya Suleman could be homeless soon, after a man said to own the mortgage to her SoCal digs initiated eviction proceedings against her.
Amer Haddadin tells Los Angeles' KABC that he sold the two-story, four-bedroom, three-bath cul-de-sac residence in La Habra, Calif., last year to Suleman's father, Ed. In exchange for monthly payments of $4,130, Haddadin agreed not to charge the family any interest until March 10, when a lump sum of $450,000 was due.
But Haddadin says he hasn't seen any money and now he wants Suleman and her 14 kids out. ASAP.
"What they are doing to me is not right, and I am going to take it to the courts, for foreclosure," Haddadin tells the station. "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."
The home (on Madonna Lane, natch!) originally listed for $564,900 in March 2009 and no banks were involved in the sale. Ed Suleman came up with the down payment assuming Nadya would pay the balance.
She didn't do herself any favors when she rejected an offer of $135,000 in child care assistance. Instead she tried to parlay her newly minted celebrity into big bucks, forcing her brood in front of the cameras in a documentary TV special to pay the bills. But that money apparently went toward taking care of the kids instead of the mortgage.
Suleman, who is pursuing more TV work, was unavailable for comment, but her attorney blamed the fiasco on a problem between her dad and Haddadin that remains unresolved and said "she may be the victim," as she only leases the house from her dad.
Hey, she could always try out for Million Dollar Listing.
(Originally published March 19, 2010, at 7:20 a.m. PT)
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