Suleman is a regular on Deeyoon.com, which TMZ described as a debate website in which she does battle on issues such as childcare. She will be allowed to conduct video chats from the facility, the report said.
Suleman checked in to kick a prescription-drug problem, but made it clear she needed the income from Deeyoon.com. The facility management agreed, but sources said a staff member will monitor the chats to make sure Suleman stays on the road to recovery.
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