The infamous mother’s attorney Jeff Czech told press things aren’t looking good, but Suleman is still hopeful.
"She's struggling right now. Recently, things have begun to get dire. But several times in the past, just when things got bad, the money comes in. She's hopeful things will work out."
Nadya may have to the reality television route, though she really doesn’t want to. Czech said, "She loathes the limelight, the interviewers and the photographers, but she ends up having to do it because that's what makes the most money."
Meanwhile, the owner of the home, Amir Haddidan says he’s done being patient. “I’m sick of it, I want my house back,” he stated, given that Nadya owes him $7,000 in back payments, plus a balloon payment of $450,000 that is due in October.