Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman has fired a nonprofit group of nurses that has been helping care for her children.
Suleman attorney Jeff Czech on Monday confirmed a Radaronline.com report that Suleman has fired Angels in Waiting.
The group had been training nannies who were paid by Suleman, who had six children before giving birth to octuplets. Four of the octuplets are now home from the hospital. Czech says the relationship between Suleman and the nurses started off badly because their attorney, Gloria Allred, publicly filed a complaint against the octuplets' mother with the Los Angeles County Department of Children's Services.
Allred refused immediate comment, saying she will release details on Tuesday.