Friday, February 13, 2009

Douche Bag Of The Week: Octopussy

A classic example of the current American thinking that we all deserve anything we want and everyone else can suffer the consequences. From Huffington Post:

There are many new tidbits being learned about octuplet mom Nadya Suleman and the fertility doctor who allegedly implanted her with six embryos.

Despite the strain of having fourteen children, Suleman spent at least part of Wednesday shopping for videogames, as seen in a photo obtained by TMZ. The site also unearthed documents showing Suleman failed to pay multiple parking tickets and had her minivan booted two years ago.

Nadya's publicist Joann Killeen believes Nadya Suleman's days in maternity wards are over. "There's nothing left in the frozen vault," Killeen says. "There's nothing left to defrost."

A church is also hitting out against Suleman, saying that, despite reports, they do not know Nadya and are not helping her find a home. The released a statement saying part:

"Nadya Suleman has recently commented she attends Calvary Chapel Golden Springs, which prompted several media follow up inquires concerning her attendance. Since our church is not membership-driven, we are unable to confirm or deny whether she actively attends this fellowship.

We can say, however, that she is not personally known to our pastors or staff. And to the best of our knowledge, Ms. Suleman's only contact with us was a minor inquiry regarding our Children's Ministry.

Ms. Suleman has also been credited with commenting that our church is in someway involved with the establishment of a foundation for donation distribution, providing her with financial assistance, and helping her locate a new residence. Our church is not involved in any of these activities."

In recent days Suleman has started a website accepting PayPal donations.
This Angelina Jolie wannabe is my current Douche Bag of the Week.

2 comments:

Doralong said...

I just find the whole thing quite morally nauseating. And I feel terribly sorry for those poor kids.

Tater said...

55 gal douche drum, is more the reality. This is America though, and people do repugnant and morally questionable things for attention and money, frequently.