More Octo-Mamma Drama: Psychiatrist files complaint, Nadya Suleman’s purported agent says he was never her agent

by Caleb Reading

Remember a few days ago when I posted about this article:

[…] Suleman is now being represented by agent Wes Yoder, who has also done work for evangelist Rick Warren.

[…] Killeen said Suleman told her she had struck an exclusive representation deal with Yoder, who bills himself as a Christian-based talent agent.

In addition to his work for Warren – the controversial pastor who spoke at President Obama’s inauguration – Yoder arranged book and music deals for the McCaughey septuplets a decade ago.

Brace yourselves, you guys.  Nadya may have been lying.  You’re shocked aren’t you?  She’s been so responsible and forthright so far.

Wes Yoder says there was no exclusive representation deal.  Dailynews reports:

A Franklin, Tenn.-based Christian talent agency gave some advice to Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman about licensing photos of her children, but the head of the agency said he decided against representing her.

[…] Wes Yoder, the president of the firm, said he considered handling the Suleman octuplets, but “has not executed a representation agreement, nor do we intend to do so.

So, if you’re keeping score at home, she doesn’t have an agent or a publicist anymore.  Okay, next story:

In a move that is attention whorish and unprofessional yet probably necessary, a radio psychiatrist [attention whore] has filed a complaint with county authorities although she has never actually met Suleman.  From whittierdailynews:

Dr. Carole Lieberman, who often appears on cable news as a Beverly Hills psychiatry expert and who runs her own Internet radio show, said she believes Nadya Suleman is an “extreme narcissist” who neglects her children.

Lieberman said Tuesday she filed the complaint with Los Angeles County’s Department of Children and Family Services. She requested the longest living octuplets in history be removed from Suleman’s care even before they are released from Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, where they remain in good condition.

It’s pretty damn unprofessional to try to make a medical diagnosis of someone you’ve never met.  Also, the DCFS needs a complaint from someone with first-hand knowledge.

[Stu] Riskin said children can be removed from a parent’s custody because of a parent’s mental instability, but only if it is determined that the mental illness interferes with the child’s upbringing and cannot be helped with therapy or medication.


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