March 31, 2009
(3-31) Octuplets: Updated list of posts
Some of you have asked why AIW made reports. First off – because they are mandated by law. And secondly, because they needed to be made. Here is the radaronline video from the night she brought the first two octuplets home. Look for yourself at the dangerous situation and look how Nadya reacts – she laughs.
She says she had no idea that many people would be there and yet she told them exactly when the babies would be coming home and most of the people were there when she left to go to the hospital. On top of that, there was at least one helicopter overhead that she could have seen from miles away. And the people inside the house knew exactly what was going on and Nadya as you can see had her phone right there and it was clearly working. Besides that, radaronline had crews inside and outside the house as well as with Nadya in the car. They, too, knew what they were heading into and did nothing to stop her.
So did she think like a mother concerned about her preemies or the six older children?
Did she call home to assess the safety of the situation?
Did she think twice when she saw the helicopter hovering?
Did she think it was only going to get worse when on the way home paparazzi were jumping out of their cars and pounding on her windows?
Did she think twice about driving right through the mass of people?
Did she think about the possibility of the windows being broken or the vehicle overturned? Or her driver running someone over?
Did she just once think that maybe she shouldn’t go home? That maybe she should drive to the police station and get and escort?
And when folks were pounding on the window did she shield the babies in case the glass broke?
Nope. She sits and giggles. And then calls 911. She says “here we go, another 911 call from octomom” – again backing up AIW/Allred’s statement that Nadya wanted their nanny to call 911 because she had made so many calls herself. Also, what is very clear is that the La Habra police department had no idea what was happening because she had to explain herself.
“The paparazzi is dangerous at this point.”
At that point they weren’t needed anymore. They had filmed her arrival and all she was going to do was go in the house.
When asked by radaronline if she expected it:
I was shocked. I didn’t really think there’d be anybody. Just a few people in front of the house.
There were news vans, I was told, and some photographers.
There’s the unvarnished truth right from the source. She knew what was going on and went home unescorted and without security anyway.
This was beyond anything I expected.
So she expected something and did nothing to safeguard those children. And if you have any doubt – she goes on to describe what they were doing on the way home. She knew that they were going to keep following her home.
They were completely swarming the car. I was really, really worried abut the safety of everybody because they were swerving and getting out of there car every time there was a stoplight and just knocking on all the windshields – it didn’t make sense.
Again words that do not relate to any type of action.
I couldn’t imagine this happening at all.
And yet she told the entire world when she was bringing the children home. Even if she wasn’t nadya – they are still the only surviving octuplets and would have gotten press because of that alone. Note also the proximity of the interviewer and I can hear a photographer clicking away. So there are at least three nonmedical persons in the room who should not be there. Watch the video of the next morning. [update link above]
Interviewer: What was it like whenyou pulled into your house? What did you see?
I saw something unsafe. They were following us into the garage and that scared me and then I called 911. [giggle]
Then you can see there are two cameras, a light/sound guy, an interviewer, a photographer, a nanny/nurse and two octuplets in the small room. [follow link - video tour of home] Listen to this exchange. It sounds like they’re following a script.
Why did you call the police?
I called them because I felt I thought it was dangerous. Because they were posing a danger to the babies. And it felt like they were going to break down the garage door.
You told ne in the past that one of the reasons why you wanted to move to this house was because of safety.
And then she proceeded to not only tell everyone where her new house, when she was moving in, but also provided a video tour for any and all to get a view of the layout of the house.
Is that concern about safety heightened after what happened tonight?
Does she answer: Yes! Absolutely! Nope.
Tonight it does. But I still think it will slowly get less aggressive. I realize now my life is different and I have to be really cautious.
More disassociated words with no reality or actions to them. The next morning – after all this – after the paparazzi assault – after the call to 911 – after the interview where she says these scripted words – after some unknown man showed up at the door at 2 or 3 am – after she “got reprimanded a lot by the hospital” – after a reprimand by her own nannies and Angels in Waiting – after AIW filed a report – she needed to be reminded to get some type of security by the radaronline interviewer. [morning after video]
Then several other intruders the following nights – one just shortly after the boy with autism was wandering loose in the yard in the middle of the night unknown to Nadya and still no security system. [link] Not even after a nanny walked in without showing any type of identification. Not with all the camera crews coming and going. Not after AIW discussed abduction with Nadya – not even after Gloria Allred notified her lawyer Jeff Czech. [link]
And Victor Munoz – the 2nd publicist to quit, claiming Nadya was “nuts!” and “greedy”- he said in his recent interview [link] that he had offers from people to provide free security that first night. He said he talked with her about it and they clearly did nothing. Nobody around her has a clue and she clearly doesn’t. Not even Kaiser personnel, who she is reliant on now – as are the octuplets. And who is watching out for the older 6 children?
Is there any type of security in place now?
Why wasn’t it done before the children came home? Why didn’t the social workers put it on their list? Why didn’t Victor Munoz accept those folks’ offers immediately? Her lawyer Jeff Czech said he couldn’t have known. It would be laughable if 12 – soon to be 14 – innocent children’s safety didn’t depend on it.
In this interview she said she moved there primarily for safety and yet she did nothing to provide it.
Did she even change the locks once the workers finished working on her house?
$1M dollars she didn’t.
That is complete lack of maternal judgment – something that can not be taught by nannies or hospital social workers. This one video proves – definitively – that she was more interested in the paparazzi than the safety of her children.