ORANGE - A foreclosure auction scheduled today for the La Habra home of Nadya Suleman was postponed for a week.
The home Suleman lives in with her 14 children has been on the block several times since April, but the auction has been put off several times, including Wednesday. Earlier this month it was postponed when Suleman filed for bankruptcy in federal court, but the filing was tossed because she missed a deadline for submitting some paperwork.
The four-bedroom, three-bath home at 2051 Madonna Lane was scheduled to be auctioned off today in front of Orange City Hall, 300 E. Chapman Ave. by Meridian Foreclosure Services. A company executive had warned it may be rescheduled again. It is now supposed to take place June 7.
Suleman bought the home from Amer Haddadin, whom she was supposed to pay monthly, while he, in turn, was supposed to pay the mortgage.
However, Suleman is 11 months behind on her $3,000 monthly payments, and Haddadin has blamed Suleman for harming his credit.
Czech has said Haddadin sold the house to Suleman but agreed to maintain the loan with the bank with Suleman, in turn, paying Haddadin.