Nadya Doud-Suleman, or Octomom's bank records and employment records may be seized by Welfare fraud investigators to prove that she is stealing taxpayers' money.
The LA County Dept. of Welfare Fraud Prevention and Investigation had been investigating the mum-of-fourteen, who got into the limelight after giving birth to octuplets in January 2009, after getting a tip that she was collecting welfare in 2012, when she grossed more than 200,000 dollars, TMZ.com reported.
According to the warrant granted to the Welfare fraud officials, investigators can search her house and her manager's office, as they might contain her financial records.
Suleman, 37, who is entitled to get welfare benefits for her children if she earns less than 119,000 dollars in a calendar year, would have to face 3 years in prison if the charges are proved.