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'Octomom' Nadya Suleman's Home Visited By Child Protective Services, Rep Says Family 'Happy They Came'

11/09/2012 11:29 am ET

Child Protective Services visited the home of “Octomom” Nadya Suleman Wednesday afternoon to interview and check on all the children, after the agency received a report last Friday that expressed concern about the children’s welfare.

“They saw the kids are all well taken care of, eating, bathing and attending school daily. There is no abuse going on with any of the children, this is just another attempt by the former babysitter who called in the report after she was served with a temporary restraining order from the oldest, Elijah, last Friday,” Nadya’s manager Gina Rodriguez tells The Huffington Post. “They were welcomed into the home and they commented [on] how immaculate the home was. We are actually happy they came because this will stop the false allegations the former babysitter keeps making. We told them there is an open door for them and they can come by any time unannounced.”

Nadya is currently in rehab for stress, anxiety, exhaustion and Xanax, according to E! Online. She speaks with the children twice a day, Rodriguez said, and spoke with Child Protective Services from within her rehab facility. Nadya left the facility on Sunday night for work with a counselor from the center, which had been arranged before she checked in. She is now back in treatment at the facility.

“Nadya ... has had visits with the kids as well at the treatment center weekly,” reveals Rodriguez . “She has been in for 17 days and may stay longer than the 28-day program.”

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