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Suleman conceived the octuplets and her six older children via in vitro fertilization (IVF).In an interview with Inside Edition, Gutierrez explained their divorce was due to failed attempts to have children.Suleman was sentenced to 200 hours of community service and two years of probation, and ordered to pay a small fine. La Cilento, said that with financial help from friends, his client has already repaid the county welfare system.In 2012 Suleman starred in the film 666 the Devil's Child, a low-budget horror film that centers upon a couple that visits a woman they met on the Internet, only for strange things to occur.Suleman began IVF treatments in 1997, when she was 21 years old, In 2001 Suleman gave birth to her first child, a son. Suleman continued IVF treatments which resulted in three further pregnancies (including one set of fraternal twins) for a total of six children (four sons, two daughters).In 2009, Suleman stated that she had six embryos left over from her previous IVF treatments.On April 30, 2012, Suleman filed for personal bankruptcy.
Suleman checked herself into Chapman House Treatment Center in Los Angeles on October 23, 2012, for 28 days or more for rehabilitation for anxiety, exhaustion, and stress.
The circumstances of their high order multiple birth led to controversy in the field of assisted reproductive technology as well as an investigation by the Medical Board of California of the fertility specialist involved.
Public reaction turned negative when it was discovered that Suleman already had six other young children and was unemployed and on public assistance programs.
Suleman portrays the character Vanessa, a film student.
In 2017, Suleman was interviewed for the Bravo network program Andy Cohen's Then & Now.
Within the first week, the media dubbed her "Octomom".