UPDATED: The Huffington Post has confirmed reports that "Octo-Mom" Nadya Suleman was visited today by Orange County child services employees and two police detectives.
"Apparently, they went out today," said Lieutenant Tom Dutton of the La Habra Police Department. "They did go out and it would have been with child services." Dutton was unable to describe the nature of the visit or what officers observed at Suleman's home.
The La Habra police department sent the following statement to the Huffington Post:
On Wednesday, April 29, 2009, La Habra Police personnel were requested to assist Orange County Social Services involving a matter pertaining to the Sulemans. As is customary, the department routinely assists other agencies, when so requested. However, the La Habra Police Department is not involved in any ongoing investigation pertaining to this family
RadarOnline.com reports that Suleman believes one of her son's teachers placed a complaint after he came to school with a black eye:
Suleman told RadarOnline.com that she suspects a teacher
of her son Aiden placed a complaint after he came to school with a
black eye. She downplayed the injury explaining "he's autistic, he
bumps into things." She also mentioned that he had bite marks and her
other children bite sometimes (Suleman recently revealed that she
would often bite as a child).
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