Octomom offered free security after death threats

Washington: Nadya Suleman, who is better known as Octomom has been offered free protection services for her and her family by a few security companies, after receiving death threats when news broke out of her going on welfare.

She had her car window smashed in with a handwritten note that said, “Leave California or you will die!”

The threats started after reports that Octo began received 2,000 dollars a month from the State of California, which could only be used for food. According to sources close to Octo, numerous security companies have stepped up to offer her free protection. They have offered 24/7 security guards, multiple people for the kids -- all for free until she moved to a new home, the location of which will be secret for as long as possible, a website has reported.

Sources said that the companies told Octomom they were making the offer because they felt people had gone too far with their threatening behaviour.