The CA octuplets mom, Nadya Suleman, admitted in an NBC interview with Ann Curry to having six embryos implanted in a fertility treatment center despite knowing that industry guidelines recommend no more than two for woman under 35.
Nadya Suleman told Curry that she knew there was a possibility for multiple births and claims she understood the risks.
"I wanted them all transferred," Nadya Suleman told NBC's "Today" show host Ann Curry. " Those are my children, and that's what was available and I used them. So, I took a risk. It's a gamble. It always is."
The 33-year-old single, unemployed woman who lives with her parents has been harshly criticized for having a fertility procedure and risking multiple births when she already has six children, ages 2 to 7.
Reports are now saying that Nadya Suleman plans to sell her story for over a million dollars. NBC is claiming that they did not pay the interview (hmmm).
Watch the YouTube Video of the Nadya Suleman NBC Interview: