LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3 (UPI) -- Agents retained by the Southern California mother of octuplets say they have been deluged with requests for interviews and book and movie deals.
Michael Furtney and Joann Killeen told the Los Angeles Times that Nadya Suleman isn't interested in money for its own sake.
"The money itself is not the object," Furtney said. "She has her view of her life with her kids as they go down life's highway. She wants to be sure they are well cared for."
Socorro Serrano, spokeswoman for Kaiser Permanente, where the octuplets are hospitalized told the Times the majority of the calls to the hospital have been hostile.
But she has also received offers of donations of breast milk, diapers and other items. Serrano said that one mother of triplets even called with advice for Suleman -- "Hang in there."
Suleman, who is divorced and already had six children, used in vitro fertilization to become the mother of eight more children. Many doctors questioned the ethics of the specialists involved.